In one of my older posts “gr-if company update, January 2017” I mentioned creating contracts and sorting out all the legal stuff, it was probably the only piece of practical advice in the post for creative freelancers… or any self-employed person really. “If you’re after something a little more practical; make a contract, t’s & … Continue reading Contracts for creatives are more important than you may think.
Below is a draft none-formatted template of the contract I use, copy and pasted into a post; feel free to copy, paste and edit this for your own contract uses. Also feel free to comment on ways to improve this. Agreement of services [Enter clients name / Company name] Will Cross Creative | gr-if.co.uk … Continue reading Contract Template
Some of you who know me will know that gr-if wasn’t created this year. It was originally created in the summer of 2014 in a naïve post-university era starry eyed and ready to go, that’s not to say I’m now withered and faithless; quite the opposite actually. A lot has happened since I first set … Continue reading Gr-if Company Update, January 2017
These blog posts were originally created in 2016 on a different blog. For some really clear prints I’m going to want to burn the designs into some photo emulsion coated screens. I could do it with the sun but that’ll mean I’ll have to wait for sunny days, with a cheap flood lamp … Continue reading Screen Printing: The exposure unit.