Do You Want to be a Children’s Book Illustrator?

Great Post by Artsy shark. To read entire article, go to blog post at Artsy shark. Here's an excerpt:

  • Break the manuscript into a storyboard layout, creating a thumbnail sketch of what happens on each page spread. The focus of this step is to make sure the story flows visually.

  • Get the publisher’s approval of the preliminary work.
  • Research and acquire photo reference to create final line drawings for each illustration.
  • Develop character model sheets.
  • Work on black and white value studies. This adds drama to the illustrations and carries the concepts throughout the story.
  • Color versions are created for each page. Working with the publisher, they show the finished set and consult on any changes that will be needed.
  • After any modifications are made, the final illustrations are produced.
  • Scanning of the illustrations is done by digital image capture. A color press proof is made and final files are delivered to the publisher on disc or FTP.
  • Cherish and Ben may design covers and packaging for the book as well, taking the project from concept to final product.
...continued. To read entire article, go to blog post at Artsy shark.

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