A short story I wrote & drew entitled, "Draw".
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Illos for a children's book, Sunny Bear's Rainy Day/written by Caryn A. Tate
I illustrated a children's book (in 2005) entitled Sunny Bear's Rainy Day for a now defunct publisher (Open Book Press). Written & created by Caryn A. Tate, it tells the story of a bear who feels she's not good at anything until she encounters adventures which reveal the opposite.
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Labels: Caryn A. Tate, children's book, Sunny Bear
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Sequential art from sketch to finish
Here are samples of my comic book work from sketch to finished black & white. The pages shown here are from Elk's Run, a graphic novel written by Joshua Hale Fialkov for Villard Books. The finished book was coloured by Scott Keating.
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Labels: black and white, comicbook, Elk's Run, graphic novel
Saturday, January 16, 2010
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Illos for book 2 (entitled "We Were") of Carolynn Blanchette's poem trilogy
Illustrations in sketch form & finishedversions for the second book , "We Were", of Carolynn's poem trilogy.
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Labels: Carolynn Blanchette, illustrations, poetry, watercolour
Illustrations for poem "Once" by Carolynn Blanchette
Some b & w illustrations done with watercolour & pen for the first book of a trilogy of poems by Carolynn Blanchette.
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Labels: book, Carolynn Blanchette, pen, poem, watercolour
Drawn on Cintiq
Here are some drawings done at work on the Cintiq. I actually drew these on panels of the Storyboard program I work on to do board revisions.
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Labels: Cintiq art
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Illos for the SCBWI Bulletin magazine
Here's my first posting and I'm starting with some of my illustrations for the SCBWI (Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators) Bulletin Magazine. Enjoy.
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Labels: black and white, children, illustration, SCBWI
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