I’m proud to introduce the first spread concept for my picture book Journey to the Candy-Top Trees.
I really liked the idea of a binocular view, so I choose a full spread layout. The very center is where the binding would be.
More to come! I’m playing around with a circle theme given the shape of the candy in the trees and the binocular view. I think it might help create interest in the layouts.
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend!
Here is an illustration I did a couple years ago when I just started getting into Prismacolor markers. Prismacolor premier art markers are awesome. In my opinion, they are the best art marker available. Copic markers are really nice too, but I find that they tend to bleed too much and are more expensive. I use Pigma Micron fine liners for my black outlines. Those are great as well. That’s all I have for now. Happy Monday!
Held Together by Sheri Roloff
I’ve been working on a lot of picture book ideas lately, and I’m ready to share a glimpse into something that’s brewing. One of my current ideas is combining my marker drawings with my high-texture acrylic paintings. Here is a scene from “Journey to the Candy-Top Trees.”
A scene from “Journey to the Candy Top Trees”
I have additional illustrations in the works that I hope to share soon. In the meantime, please see additional samples of my illustration work here. Thanks for stopping by!