About the instructor
Lee White has illustrated over 20 books and has an international client base. Some of his clients include:
- National Geographic
- Arthur Levine Publishing
- Penguin Publishing
- United Airlines
and many more!
Lee has been working for the past 15 years as a professional illustrator and has also taught at the college level for the past decade.
Are you stuck on one particular image and need some help working it out? Do you want feedback on getting your entire portfolio looked at by a pro and help charting a path forward in your illustration career? We can help!
With our Live Critiques, Lee will help you figure out what your next step should be. We offer three levels of help so you can pick the one that suites your needs the best.
Note: This class is NOT included in the subscription. We are updating the pricing that is shown on the course card now...
Tier 1: Single Image Critique $100
Lee will talk to you in a live online meeting about the image you are working on. He will help you figure out what might not be working and he will show you how to fix it. He will do draw overs on your work and show you how to take it to the next level. This is a good choice if you are submitting an image to a competition or doing a single image for a client that you aren't totally happy with yet.
Tier 2: Up to 5 image Crit: $300
Lee will meet with you in an live online meeting and discuss a group of images. These images don't have to be related (but they can be). This tier might be good if you are working on a book project or if you need help getting your portfolio in shape.
Tier 3: Full Portfolio and Career Package: $650
Lee will meet with you in multiple live online meetings and go over all your work. He will look at your website and overall branding and make recommendations to get your work looking cohesive and professional. He will discuss marketing strategies with you and go over your overall business plan. This package is good for someone who is entering the field of illustration or anyone needing to update their portfolio and business so they get more work.
Here's a brief sample of a single image critique: