Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Children's games featuring bees are really very popular. I can testify to this because I have illustrated 3 myself and they just keep coming.
I can't yet show the full cover of this clever new version but when it's released I certainly will be able to.
I'm also in the process of trying to get an original game of my own published.
Trying to attract a game company with a new venture is almost as difficult as trying to get a picture book published!
I shall not give up on either endeavour though, so as they say, watch this space.
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In addition to the set of vector silhouettes that I illustrated a couple of months ago, I was asked to update another range of products.
These are just a small selection of the 'cool' boarders, skaters and trucks I came up with.
I love the simplicity of the vector line and often regret dropping Illustrator from my tool palette. These days I create all my linework in Photoshop as I find it much easier to manipulate but I appreciate that it's not a patch on 'real' Illustrator artwork. Some of it is amazing and what can be achieved by tweaking a few vertices is truly incredible.
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This was one of a set of colourful cards I illustrated and designed as part of a new magic trick. It is produced and published by Razamatazz Magic and has special regards to Wayne Dobson, who first invented the fun and intriguing card trick.
I've performed this trick for young relatives and with only minimal rehearsal, it went down a storm.
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