If you want to earn an income licensing your art to manufacturers who will put your art on products, you first need to find the manufacturers. That is one of the most common questions I get is, “How do I find companies that license art in the first place? Then what do I do?”Being a fan of analogies, the whole process can be a lot like online dating. Here is how the cycle sometimes looks:Your thoughts wander to ways to find them during the day. You spend hours online looking for the perfect connection. You daydream about finding the perfect one, and how they will make your life that much better (not that it is bad now, it could just be better, right?). When you find one you are interested in, you send an email and then constantly check your email, waiting for a response, that sometimes never comes. When you do get a response, you get so excited at the potential you can’t wait to tell someone all about it. You play the ‘get to know each other’ game and determine if this really is a mutually beneficial relationship. You learn to keep a positive attitude and keep up… Read full this story
- "Absolutely 100 Percent Not Guilty": 25 Bizarre Things You Forgot About the O.J. Simpson Murder Trial
- The Best Photo Editing Software for 2020
- Interview: Turn 10 talks UGC, strain, and hints at tracks
7 Ways Finding Manufacturers Who License Art is Like Online Dating have 236 words, post on ezinearticles.com at May 6, 2009. This is cached page on SEO. If you want remove this page, please contact us.