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  • RESOURCES | lillianwebbgraphic

    Resources Frequently Asked Questions About Books, Publishing and Illustration. Below are some great links containing information on what is involved in making a book. FAQ #1 How do I get into the children’s book publishing industry? Publishing Industry Copyright FAQ #2 How do I retain copyright of my work? FAQ #3 Self Publishing Should I self publish my book? Submitting FAQ #4 How do you submit work to a publishing house? Free Downloads International Standard Paper Size ​ Submitting Images Please download from link above. Submitting Measurements Please download from link above. Submitting Text Please download from link above. Please download from link above.

  • Documents | lillianwebbgraphic

    Documents These documents are here to help you when submitting content to me for design. Please download! Take a look at this article about illustrations for websites by Frame Mark Web Design! Click Here! Submitting Text Submitting Images The text document must be completely finished before we commence designing. Any large text changes after design has begun will be considered a design change and therefore result in an extra fee. All text must be submitted in a reflow-able text document (Eg Word, Google docs, Pages). Submit spelling and grammatical corrections in the format as follows - Page Number (mistake appears on), Line number (mistake appears on), Original text as appears, Correction to insert (ready to copy into document) Do not include hyphenation yourself within the writing to break up your words from one line to another. Automatic hyphenation within your document will not be a problem but manually implemented hyphens will have to all be taken out for the final work (this doesn’t apply to grammatical hyphenation). Do not manually implement spaces in-between lines of text. If you want to have double spacing in your work then adjust these settings in the MS Words Line Spacing option and not by hitting an extra return/enter key. Images are easiest to submit as Jpegs. Image files must be submitted individually as separate files (not as a part of any other document). Ensure that they are set to maximum quality. Images must be at least 300ppi (pixels per inch) to come out clearly in print. If the image is 300ppi but it is blurry it will be blurry in print also. All your image files must be named and the naming should follow this pattern below – NameofImage_Pageappearing Example - happyface_P18 Submitting Measurements A handy guide to help remember paper sizes. International Standard Paper Size Follow my layout design through this Instagram account.

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