With this recent addition of eighteen new full-color and twenty-one new black & white illustration styles, children’s authors can confidently choose from a wide range of backgrounds that create everything from a Henri Rousseau-like jungle, with “Indigo,” to a Pre-Raphaelite forest full of elves and faeries, with “Chamois.”
“With our amazing new variety of children's illustration styles, authors can be confident that their artwork will be just what they ordered, and they will never have to split royalties with the artist,” said Outskirts Press Vice President Kelly Schuknecht. “In fact, authors don’t even have to publish with Outskirts Press, although we will give authors a fifteen percent discount on the illustration pricing if they do.”
Unlike other publishers, Outskirts Press does not have their authors split their book royalties with the artists. Instead, illustration style packages with Outskirts Press are one-time purchases designed to allow authors to keep one hundred percent of their royalties.
These custom children’s illustrations are purchased in blocks of one, ten or fifteen on a sliding scale pricing structure, and the author may choose from a wide variety of full color illustration styles, from the cartoon-like imagery of Dandelion, Goldenrod or Citrus to the more sophisticated artwork of Maize, Saffron or Sunflower. Likewise, black and white styles cover a full stylistic spectrum from the simpler sketching of Magpie or Cinders to the more complete line and shadow drawings of Atraus or Licorice.
In short, with the addition of thirty-seven new illustration styles to its already extensive palette, self-publishing authors will have no trouble finding a perfect match for their text. View all of the illustration styles and get started at www.outskirtspress.com/
Outskirts Press offers high-quality, full-service self-publishing and book marketing services for writers and professionals who are seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining 100% of their rights, 100% of their profits, and 100% of the creative control. www.outskirtspress.com.