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PANDEMIC: PRECAUTION AND PREVENTION Workshop
|PANDEMIC: PRECAUTION AND PREVENTION Workshop
|Thank you for your interest in this project.
These illustrations are to be used for a presentation in a Workshop coming up soon, the title of the workshop is PANDEMIC: PRECAUTION AND PREVENTION.
The attendees are students between the ages of 15-17, I require your service to illustrate the under-listed scenarios and please make it horizontal (Landscape) presentation, Cartoon styled, coloured images but plain background.
The illustrations should fit on a standard letter size - (8.5 x 11") and delivered in PDF format and I want exclusive right/perpetuity to the images, also note that these illustrations will be handed out to the participants in a printed form, also want the illustrations to paint the vivid picture of the theme of the workshop.
The delivery date for the submission of the illustrations is 8 weeks.
Below is the outline of the scenarios to illustrate.
*A group (not more than 7) of young and old people in queue and social distance.
*A group (not more than 7) of male and female health workers wearing a mask.
*A group (not more than 7) Maintain a safe distance from others (at least 1 metre)
*A group (not more than 7) Washing their hands using soap and water.
*A group (not more than 7) Getting vaccine.
*The cemetery with tombstones and a caption that says " Died of Disbelief"
*An elderly woman taking the vaccine sitting on a chair.
*A sick female patient on a hospital bed in a hospital setting.
My budget for the job is $400 per piece, let met know if that's fine.
If it's not please get back to me with the price quote and what would be your preferred mode of payment? I'm proposing a certified bank draft, a cashier's check or bank certified check considering the amount involved. I look forward to reading from you soon.
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This scammer approaches artists and offers them a high paying illustration job for a Covid safety workshop and offers to pay with checks. He sends a fake check with more money than originally offered and then asks the victims to pay back the difference, hoping that they don't realize the check is fake.
The scammer will use different handles/emails but the prompt (see scam contents) is always the same.
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