Tag Archives: Children’s Book Illustration

Read to your chickies.

Just before bed is a good time to read to your little ones. You can snuggle up close and share a great story with some great art. You can talk about life and goodness and kindness. You can share with … Continue reading

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Inktober 31

Thanks for joining me for this Inktober challenge. The challenge is from illustrator Jake Parker, who gave a great presentation with Will Terry at our local SCBWI illustrators conference, to do an ink drawing and post it every day in … Continue reading

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ITeRaTions – ITeRATioNS – ITeRATioNs

Here is a quote from “Art and Fear” by David Bayles & Ted Orland: “Between the initial idea and the finished piece lies a gulf we can see across, but never fully chart.” That is the exciting thing about art, … Continue reading

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#Inktober Day 20

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#Inktober Day 15

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#Inktober Day 11

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Inktober #6

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Inktober Day #2

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A Little Bit Of Ink

I have found a place to do art where ever I have lived. That included when I was living at home with my parents. Higgins indelible black ink came in these great looking bottles with droppers on the top. Drawing … Continue reading

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Three Internet Sensations The 2016 SCBWI Utah Southern Idaho Illustrator’s Conference

Sensation #1: You get to hear about some people before you meet them in person. They have a presence on the web. Giuseppe Castellano the art director from Penguin Random House does a good job on social media. He also … Continue reading

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