Fun project: to re-imagine a cover for E. B. White’s classic. Check out other solutions contributed by fellow SCBWI-Carolinas illustrators for this year’s Art Contest.
In honor of the day . . .
This creepy little picture grew out of an idea generated during last year’s PiBoIdMo challenge–Day 7 as a matter of fact. So far, it’s just a pair of rhyming couplets and this image, but I think it’s going somewhere.
Happy Halloween, and Happy PiBoIdMo Eve to all!
This little guy is the hero of a chapter book in progress. He needs a look that will allow color to be an important element in his design, so I’m playing with shapes more than usual.
I didn’t have any particular breed in mind when I wrote the character, but his task in the story is to figure out where he is and why, so giving him short legs that force him to be looking up most of the time seems to reinforce that inquisitive vibe.
I settled on sort of a cross between a dachshund and a corgi– which I thought was a new idea, until I googled “dorgi.” Cute alert! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lushl-s35Ek