I have pretty much been glued to my swivel chair, risking a dowager’s hump working on new picture books in 2018! Mainly working on books for preschoolers, it has been a delight for me to develop characters with hearts filled with: Rescue! Whether it’s a rain forest rescue of a tiny Lemur from poachers –…
PICTURE BOOK ART
Playful pen sketching can help you to create memorable characters. Here are some lose pen sketches I did for a Camp Lucky Dog design project. I tried to show the joy and emotion in the dog’s expressions. How? Fooling around with the characters features size, adjusting their placement and distance from each other, can help…
Revealing character sketches created for the Willoughby and Friends book series. As you can see each little fairy character has her own unique personality and charm. From the way she wears her hair, her outfit and even the way she stands. One fae is shy, another brave and one loves to laugh! As the sketches…
This doodle comes from the Sunday worship sketchbook…I was listening to an Alistair Begg message on the way to worship, and when he mentioned “God made both plant and worm”, that word picture stuck with me through the day…..they both live in tandem, are to help and teach us and and are used for his…
TAKE A LOOK AROUND
I was so thrilled at how Kim managed to create the characters
I love, love love my illustrations!
Kim made me feel comfortable from day one.
I have been so lucky to work with Kim.