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A Lamby Protagonist

This is the first image for a story I have am illustrating about this lamb, named H.T. The author has puppets in mind to use with the storytelling, so I’ve given my lamby friend googly eyes, a big round nose, and a tuft on the top of his head to match his puppet counterpart. 6 more words

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A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg and Colin Bootman

When I chose this book from Netgalley, I wondered if information about a national disaster could be distilled into a meaningful (and appropriate) children’s book. The answer is: absolutely. 353 more words

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We got fan mail! Little Alex loves his new bedtime book

We were so happy to see this lovely pic of Alex reading his new favourite bedtime story.

“We just received your story book today and read it to our son, Alex. 67 more words

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Dog Days of School - Children's Book Review

Dog Days of School by  Kelly DiPucchio and Brian Biggs

When I think of the Dog Days of Summer I think of my dog “Charlie” lounging around in the backyard and going for long walks of sniffing everything. 257 more words

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Charlie Chooses

The author requested the pages to be split into three images, and I decided on a triangular approach. Not sure if I would do it this way again but it worked alright. 9 more words

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Golf Club Construction

Tom makes his little son’s first golf club by hand. With this book my goal is to get action into every image. Do you think sawing, sanding, and painting count?

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Finishing up the Manuscript for my First Children's Book

I thought I was done with the illustrations for my first children’s book, but as I was formatting the manuscript to send off to self-publishing company that designs layouts, I realized I still had a few extra that I added in last minute in order to keep consistent with having an illustration for each section of the book. 316 more words

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