Paul Chason is an uncommon creative professional, utilizing drawing, design and computer programming skills to give voice to his clients messages. Skilled with precision technical drawing ability, Paul began his career with WebMD as a staff illustrator after earning a Master's degree in Medical Illustration at the Medical College of Georgia's esteemed Medical Illustration program. Paul was fortunate to be involved with an innovative group of communication experts at WebMD, giving him the opportunity to not only expand his illustration skills but also dive into Internet technology. Paul took on projects ranging from 3-D animation, Flash development and web site design.

Leaving WebMD after a two year period, Paul decided to take on full-time web development as a new avenue for creative expression. While running a part-time freelance illustration business, Paul began soaking up a number of Internet technologies including Flash, PHP, ASP and .NET. Today, Paul helps businesses and orgainizations create clear, concise and unique messaging through illustration, graphic design and web technology.

Companies request Paul for his ability to create compelling imagery and leading edge interactive. They also request Paul for his ability to smoothly take a project from conception to completion while delivering under the tightest of deadlines. In other words, Paul is very easy to work with.

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How Much Does Illustration Cost?

Great question. The best answer is…it all depends on what you need. Pricing illustration projects generally involves three things; the complexity of the illustration (the number of objects and the detail involved), the reproduction rights needed of the artwork and the market(s) in which the illustration will be used. Paul has produced illustrations for as little as $500 up to $8,000. Pricing illustration projects can be a simple or complex process based on the parameters of the project.

In most cases, a good starting point is to develop a budget for your illustration project. Some art buyers shy away from this thinking that putting a budget on a project will give the illustrator an opportunity to inflate the value of the illustration. In reality, setting a budget for an illustration project gives the illustrator a working reference point for planning the project proposal and helps the illustrator communicate expectations to the client with regard to the final artwork. Paul invites the opportunity to produce outstanding creative with the goal of providing exceptional artwork within a defined budget.

A scenario that often helps clients with limited budgets is taking an existing illustration and modifying it to suit your needs. View the ILLUSTRATION page to find existing artwork that you want to modify.

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