I kinda realised the importance of keeping my blog updated again recently- I've had quite a few people look at it and appreciate the fact that I draw quite a lot (I've made sure to do some at least a drawing every day so far.) But unfortunately, my drawing takes some time to finish. For my first post of 2012, I thought I'd show my current ongoing projects:
I'm still working on images for Tom Masters Hohum the Hohum and I'm currently working on at least three ideas which are are all half completed. Just posting this drawing because I drew it for someone else and my dad thought it was another character that belonged in the Hohum universe- I think even Tom seemed interested in it too so who knows?
|Please visit Toms website via: www.tom-masters.co.uk|
The Boy who stole the stars:
Instead of keeping the idea in my head, I've finally managed to go ahead with my own idea of a story concept- progress on the book goes slowly since I'm being a bit of a pefectionist and spending quite a long time on just one image- I have 28 pages of rough drawings as to what I want this story to be like- I haven't quite decided if I want to include words in my story yet- maybe it could simply be a book where the images speak for themselves.
The Little Monster book:
I've had another idea for a book for quite a long time now- I want to make a little book simply about monsters.I suppose that isn't the most original idea for a book but its a little bit of a collaboration between me and my friend Jessica- I just really liked the idea of a girl character fighting monsters. Jessica made the books for me (the larger one is slightly better bound the smaller one) But I'm using the smaller one to draw in my images- Its a nice side project that I normally work on whenever I'm out in the cafe.
|Unfortunately, the book folds out like one big concertina during its last pages. This isn't actually a bad thing at all- It finally gives me a chance to try my idea of making 'one long continous drawing' something like this image below:|
You can check out Jessicas Website via: http://www.jessicawilkinson.co.uk/