Author Archives: kateillustrates
One problem I was worried about stumbling across while creating a graphic novel was to keep a level of consistency within the characters appearances. Using a real live person was my main solution to this problem (thanks Dan!) and to … Continue reading
This is another little out-of-uni project being worked on at the moment, designing a CD case for someones 21st birthday… some half worked ideas so far..
Response to a one-day narrative brief, to produce a book cover for Paul Gallico’s ‘The Snow Goose’.
After working for hours on my image for the comic shop, I found out they are creating a story for people to illustrate on their walls.. so change of plan, more work to add onto my gargantuan pile of things … Continue reading
After long, long hours working on this illustration, levels of satisfaction have increased. Glad the wonky hand has been redone – it looked super sloppy before… Pistol Power!! This has taught me that a high quality scanner is needed…
I read a story at the museum about the origins of a Canadian, sub-arctic people called the ‘Dogrib’. It is said in folklore, that a village was driven from their homes by savages, and that one girl escaped & began … Continue reading