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Gajanan D. Nirphale
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Hailing from a simple, non-artistic family, participating in state-level drawing competitions and winning trophies worked wonders for Gajanan D. Nirphale. Inspired by his sister, who was pursuing an art teacher diploma, Gajanan followed the trail to become an illustrator and earned a degree in Applied Arts from Aurangabad.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p> <p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p> <p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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Pankaj Gole

A family background in farming and a career in the hotel industry for about 4 years never hindered Pankaj Gole from giving wings to his passion for art. Inspired by colours since his school days, he graduated in Applied Arts from Sir J.J Institute of Applied Art, Mumbai in 2017, alongside being a concept artist, 3D modeller, character designer, video editor and a caricature artist.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p>
<p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p>
<p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!


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Ritaban Das
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A character designer, illustrator and storyboard artist working in the animation & gaming industry for the past 9 years, Ritaban Das is a holistic all-in-one designer. Currently working as an Art Director in Sparky Entertainment, an animation studio in Chennai, his works are predominantly digital.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p>
<p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p>
<p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!


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Sayali Wandhekar

A visual artist and designer from Pune, India and a fresh graduate from MIT Institute of Design. Full-time designer and part-time dreamer, Sayali Wandhekar likes to experiment with different styles, spending time illustrating things that inspire her.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p>
<p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p>
<p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!


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Kimberly Goes

A Graphic Designer born and raised in Mumbai, India and currently residing in Dublin, Ireland. Post 5 years of experience in the field of branding and print communication in India, Kimberly Goes pursued a Masters in Graphic Design from University of the Arts London to explore the larger context of graphic design; its capabilities and applications, particularly in fields outside of its practice.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p>
<p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p>
<p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!


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Sumouli Dutta

Based in Kolkata, India, Sumouli Dutta is a doodle and illustration artist. Currently working in an organisation as a visual merchandiser and living her passion for art and illustration daily, designing is her way to finding personal expression.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p>
<p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p>
<p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!


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Shreyank Naik

A doodler kid, fascinated to play with clay moulds and wanting to give an image to his thoughts in the best possible manner, Shreyank Naik took to illustrating as a profession. He was inspired and encouraged by his family’s background of arts to translate traditional art into digital art. His culture and traditions have been a major influence on his work.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p>
<p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p>
<p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!


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Geeta Parulekar

After graduating in Fine Arts from Sir J.J College of Applied Arts, Geeta Parulekar is now a Mumbai based visualiser interested in branding, UI Design and packaging. Having created brand identities for various brands while working for last two years, she is looking forward to open her studio to solve real-world problems through her design.


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Every designer wish to be independent and willing to jump into the word of freelance but most of them unaware of the fundamental challenges of the initial phase. So, we dedicated this issue to freelancers and interviewed some established and talented designers to dig deep for the expert advice.While illustrator Ritban Das, Pankaj Gole and digital artist Gajanan D. Nirphale shared their experience and advantage they get to be a freelancer. Kevin Roodhorst on the other hand, an experienced freelancer from Amsterdam, has recently shifted to be a full-timer with an Agency says “Freelancing is not all roses!” and shared the best way to survive as a freelancer.</p>
<p>Lavanya Naidu, another expert freelance illustrator & animator, shared more specific key points to grow as a freelancer and manage the most crucial factor, ‘finances’. She also advises to start investing little amounts and save for the rainy day!</p>
<p>This issue is packed with everyone’s share of advise for a freelancer while keeping it open for you to play as per your own rules. So, whether you are a freelancer or planning to be one, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!


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