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Become our next Drawifier, and get paid for putting your drawings on the Drawify platform.

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Join our community of visual storytellers

You can be part of our growing community of illustrators, visualizers and graphic recorders from around the world. This community is adding more images all the time, for others to use on Drawify to tell their stories.

Check out what’s involved below, and apply now. We can’t wait to meet you!

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Frequently asked questions

No, you don’t need to buy a Drawify subscription. You would be provided with two separate Drawify accounts as part of our agreement with you. The first is for you to access statistics about the usage of your drawings on the platform, and the second is a Hero Plan for you to use the platform yourself.

Drawify is a worldwide platform that connects more than 30 visual storytellers around the world with people who want to use unique hand-drawn images. So, as long as you have an internet connection, you can be part of the Drawifier community from anywhere in the world!

We will contact you once we receive your application, and ask you to provide a small set of hand-drawn images. At this point, you can draw whatever you like. We will use this set of images to assess the suitability of your style and proficiency for the platform.

If successful, we will then ask you to provide some images of some specific objects and concepts in SVG format. We will use this second set of images to assess if they match the technical requirements needed to add them to the Drawify platform. You will receive a step-by-step guide to help you with this part.

All going well, you will then receive a Drawify Contributor’s Agreementstrong> to sign. When we receive this from you, you will be officially welcomed into the Drawifier Community!

The Drawify platform lets people arrange and combine images in any way they like, from as many different artists (Drawifiers) as they like. They can also customise any colors used in each image. To allow for this sort of functionality on the platform, all images need to be in SVG format. This is a vector format, rather than a raster format, like JPG or PNG.

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