If you’re interested to apply as an illustrator for Black Ink you should submit the following requirements with preferred size of 6 x 9 inches per illustration:
5 full body line art of random original characters / character design
5 colored illustrations (book cover type) – the image below is in widespread format
5 pages with chronological paneled illustrations (with grayscale tones and effects)
5 chibis (line art, colored, or grayscale)
The resume must include:
- Real Name (please indicate first name, middle initial that is spelled out, and surname)
- Two possible pen names for approval that sounded like a real name (to be used exclusively for Black Ink)
- Complete Address
- Birth Date
- Contact numbers (landline and cell phone)
- Schools Attended
- Year or Year Graduated
- Company Address
- Job Position
If you’re still a student or currently has no employment history please indicate it on your resume. We also prefer the applicant to know both traditional and digital drawing.
Once your portfolio is approved we will then give a project and set of deadlines. All illustrators with final illustrated files are required to provide an Official Receipt (OR) approved by Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) before they can get their payment or check. A bank account is also required to have. Please inquire at your specific Revenue District Office (RDO) for more information or inquiry on how to obtain the said receipt for freelancers.
E-mail the requirements at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: We did not indicate a deadline for the closing of application will depend on the number of applicants who can passed the initial evaluation. As long as we can’t find the right illustrator for our certain projects we’ll keep on looking for new illustrators. We prefer that the applicant is of legal age and residing within the Philippines so we can also meet him or her during a meeting or event.