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LIVE ILLUSTRATION

OUTPUTS & FORMATS

Even online, there are many different ways to use Live Illustration.

I might have just what's right for you ;)

I have gathered here all my experiences in different

outputs

(= how my work is displayed DURING your event)

and formats

(= in which form i SEND you the result).

OUTPUTS

(= how my work is displayed DURING your event)

1. The Mystery Attendee Output is a minimum effort for maximum effect solution.

I join your event and "do my thing" in the background; and at the end of the event, 

you can display my finished work to the audience - WOW effect guaranteed!

Great for: making an impact during special events (annual, celebrations, milestones etc)

and surprising your audience!

What you get during the live event: my attendance in the background and the finished picture at the end of the event, with comments / Q&A from me (if desired)

What you get after the event: a digital rich picture,

with possible icons or video declinations and one round of slight edits (see Formats below)

2. The Screenshare Output is a classic that never goes out of style.

Easy to setup and discrete, it enables you to focus on your event

and keeps the spotlight on the speakers

while the Live Illustrator follows your pace on the back seat. 

Great for: An event with lots of speakers or with a busy agenda.

What you get during the live event: a live screenharing of my work in progreess.

What you get after the event: a digital rich picture,

with possible icons or video declinations and one round of slight edits (see Formats below)

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3. The Analog Livestream Output is the closest you'll get to

having a Live Illustrator with you in the room!

It is best for attention retention, connection and interaction.

Great for: A workshop, brainstorming or collaborative meeting

 with people trying to come up with ideas, but also want to be able to work together.

What you get during the live event: a video stream of me working  on paper and the ability to interact directly with me with directions, questions, comments, etc.

What you get after the event: an original artwork shipped to you,

with possible addition scan or digitization,

and an optional recording or my process (see Formats below)

4. The Digital Livestream Output blends the both of both worlds.

Talking all the perks from the digital realm, it adds to it

the special touch of seeing a human in real life, and Voila!

Great for: engaging the audience without taking away the focus from the speakers.

What you get during the live event: a video livestream of my hands working on the digital output in progress.

What you get after the event: a digital rich picture,

with possible icons or video declinations and one round of slight edits (see Formats below)

FORMATS 

(= in which form i SEND you the result).

1. The Poster Format is the most common idea that comes to mind when one thinks of Live Illustration.

I put all the content of the event on one picture that reads like a mindmap, an infographic, or a story.

If you've chosen the Analog Output, i can send you the original paper artwork.

 If it is digital, i can send you both web resolutions to send to emails and display on websites, or a high resolution file for you to print conveniently. I can also print and ship it to you.

Great for: Display on a big surface: Walls, Websites, Emails.

What you get: a rich picture with all the content.

Examples:

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2. The Sticker Icons are snippets of content related to your event, but bite - sized.

That makes them much easier to read and share at a glance, and perfect for sharing on social media platforms or printing as stickers.

Great for: Reaching out to your audience after the event

What you get: single-message images

Examples (you can see these icons have been taken from the Poster example above!)

3. The Whiteboard-style Video turns a static image into a dynamic and sensorial experience. It's a great way to enhance the impact of the Illustration after the event. It can be shared on social media platforms, but also on emails and websites. 

Great for: Recreating the atmosphere for event recaps.

What you get: A 10-20 seconds video with audio captured from the event speakers.

Example:

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