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Q: How do you pronounce your last name?
©: Call (e) --- as in Phone "CALL".
Q: How old are you?
©: I am over 21. And younger than you think. :)
Q: What medium do you use for your work?
©: all kinds. whatever works.
Q: Do you create everything on computer? If so,
what programs do you use?
©: since 1996. my actual drawing table has not been cleaner. everything
is now done on computer, except for the pencil sketches -or- inking. i
import my pencil -or- inked work into Adobe Photoshop -or- Painter and
do most of my coloring and renderings.For current stepxstep tutorial with
featured articles + interviews, check out Draw!
Magazine Issue #6 at: drawmagazine.com.
Q: What school did you got to, to get the skills
you have now?
©: none at the moment. i've been truly blessed.. i've loved sketching
on my own time, my own subjects ever since i can remember. Going to school
didn't teach me how to draw, but more so, helped me sharpen my skills.
As with computers, a good friend i used to work with, introduced me to
the world of digital medium! he's my Jedi Master, OBen :)
i am forever grateful... thank u Ben Veronis!
Q: Can you recommend any good Art Schools?
©: Depending on what you like to study... remember, illustrations
is taught within yourself. here's a few you can look intoArt Schools to
School of Design NYC - LA - PARIS [Fashion/Product
SVA : School of
Visual Arts NYC [Illustration/Fine Art/ Computer
California Institute of the Arts Santa Clarita CA [Animation]
School of Design Rhode Island [Illustration]
College of Art & Design OH
College of Art and Design UK [Fine Art]
YOUR ART SCHOOL: Find an Art School nearest you [SEARCH]
TUTOR HUNT: Find an Art Tutor nearest you [SEARCH]
if you think there are any good art schools that we should list here,
please tell us!
Q: do you have any ORIGINAL PAINTINGS
for sell and how much are they going for?
©: unfortunately there are no recent original paintings for sell
at the moment.
however, if you like to commission a piece, original paintings start at
$3000.00 and up (depending on size+ work). murals and personal request
paintings can be discussed.
if you are still interested, please email us.
Q: Can I buy PRINTS of your work and
how much does it cost?
©: Yes.. A few selected prints are added to the
 FOR CUSTOM PRINTS: any images you wish to own,
can be printed (+signed) according to your desire. the prints will be
custom made for you. prices vary depending on size and material you wish
to have it printed on.
[starting with approx 14x17 prints - without frame]
ciba-chrome/ c-print (beautifully CG gloss-or- matte photo+color
$ 250.-$500. and up
canvas/ rag paper/water color paper (almost like real painting)
$ 250.-$500. and up
if you are still interested, please email us.
where to fiNd?
Q: Do you have a shop where we can
buy items of your work? like t-shirts and things?
©: YES! For T-shirts.. Tote bags.. and more at » CaféPress
Q: Where can I find more of your published
work? And how will I know when its out?
©: you dont. just have to search. very sorry :(
for updates and recent published work, you can always find it in the editorial
or go to News section for some
of the latest projects and updates.
Q: We are requesting permission for
use of your work for, web sets, calling cards, tubes, signature tags /siggies
for personal use of the group/link ware use. Your copyright information
and your web address would also be included.
©: Thank you so much for your interest! I deeply cherish your visits
to the site, and encourage everyone to view my work as often as they wish.
Unfortunately, I have never been comfortable with anyone manipulating
my work to their own benefits. Therefore, I do not grant permission of
these alternative "Sig-Tag" non-profit uses at this time. Please
kindly understand and respect my wishes (as I know you will).
I *SINCERELY* appreciate your consideration. If you feel the need to expatiate
on your 'non-profit' use, please feel free to write me and I just might
For more information on these rights and uses on Celia's
work, please go to:
Q: Do you have a mailing list? Can
I receive free goodies and updates from you?
©: Follow me on Facebook!
Q: How often do you update your site?
©: Not often enough. But the "News" section is updated periodically.
Q: Can I link your site to mine and
do you have any banners I can get from you?
©: please do, you can find the banners under the link
Q: Do you do LINK-EXCHANGE?
©: Because of the overwhelming requests, we decided to end the "link-exchange".
It becomes ENDLESS and Pointless for what we are trying to support. However,
if you like to submit your site to us, we'd be grateful to review it!
Q: Can you review my work?
Q: Can you critique my work?
©: If it makes you feel any better, please feel free to send what
you wish. Because of my limited time, I will do my best to respond promptly.
Please do not take it personally if I don't get to reply.
©: Keep in mind, I'm not the best choice to spot critique, as you
will soon understand, asking another "Artist" for critique is
almost like asking Michael Jackson critique Eminem. You see? ;) Your best
bet, are with Creative/Art Director /Designers.
Q: I'm trying to market myself in
Illustration. Do you have any advice for me?
©: Anything is better than sitting at home and mope about your talent.
You should set up a Website for yourself. Free listings & Submissions
are available with YAHOO.com, FOLIOPLANET.com, COROFLOT.com etc.
You can also check on many ON-LiNE Reps & get yourself listed
at an affordable price (e.g., ALTPICK.com, theiSPOT.com, WorkBook.com,
Business cards, Postcards, Promo-kits, Portfolio mail-outs are
all very helpful.?
t's also good for you to reach out locally. A small gallery/art
display at a bar/coffee shop can also attract potential clients. Sure,
you hear "it's all about 'who you know' and 'networking'".
But ultimately, it is about your talent. So, don't underestimate the public.
Keep your options & mind open (and your pencils, sharpened). =)
Q: What advice do you have for starting
out artists aspiring to become Illustrators?
©: A part-time job isn't so bad. Don't be so high & mighty about
To TRULY LOVE what it is that you do & do it for the right reasons.
......................and just, "Follow the Yellow Brick Road"
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Please feel free to email us
and we will do our best to respond promptly. Thank you!