This is a warm-up project for the children's book illustrating course I'm taking. We were asked to draw a pencil in 3 flat colors (counting black as a color). You wouldn't believe how many different ways people can draw a pencil. MATS is the name of the course, so I decided that would be their school name, and Scribblers seemed like a good mascot for the course.
I am already loving the "Illustrating Children's Books" course from art agent Lilla Rogers and children's book editor Zoe Tucker, and it hasn't even officially started yet! It sold out, so I'm glad I signed up early.
One of our first warm-up assignments asked us to work with character, illustrate the setting outside our bedroom window, and play with the idea of scale. I combined all of these into a short text I wrote called "Minette and O'Malley", and also recorded voice-overs and music to go along with it.
I've been working like a banshee to spruce up my website. (Wait...do banshees work, or just wail?)
I'm trying to make it easier to view my work online, so I decided to streamline my site and make it cleaner-looking. Sometimes it's scary for me to try new techy stuff, but I'm trying to push through that and embrace all the joys technology has to offer. What do you guys think?
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