Will Terry has been a freelance illustrator for 23 years. After finishing his BFA project at BYU he began working for magazines and newspapers in Washington D.C. His early clients include publications such as Time, Money, Wall Street Journal and ads for Sprint, Pizza hut, M&M Mars, Fed Ex, and Master Card. He has illustrated about 30 children’s books for Random House, Simon Schuster, Scholastic, Penguin, Klutz, and Albert Whitman. He has created several indie ebooks that have sold tens of thousands of copies and has started a story app series with Rick Walton beginning with Gary’s Place. He also co-owns www.svslearn.com – online illustration classes for children’s book illustrators selling in over 80 countries.
In our second episode covering “The Dreaded Employee Review” we discussed Will’s approach on how artists should give and receive critiques on their work. This was an effort to parallel the review process to artistic critiques by identifying that both are designed to elevate one’s skillset even though they may be uncomfortable at the time. If you would like to learn more
Listen to the Episode HERE
Also if you would like to learn more about Will and/ or his work, then check out the links below:
YouTube Channel: Will Terry Art
Source Video: Getting and Receiving a Critique