GETTING INSPIRED

  • First brainstorm of ideas and rough inspirational sketches

  • Ask the author about their feeling for each character

  • Getting to know the main character’s personality

  • Creating a consistent mood board for the whole book

  • Organizing initial ideas

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CHARACTER DESIGN

  • Use all the unique traits that make the character special to create a memorable first impression

  • Choose shapes and lines that will define a unique style

  • Creating a colour pallet for a seamless feel throughout the pages and inspiring the readers to the mood of the story

STORYBOARDS

  • Putting together all of the creative ideas to plan out which would be the best option 

  • Playing with different angles and perspective to create fun and dynamic illustrations that are cohesive to the text.

  • Easy way to experiment with changes or other ideas before starting the final illustration product.

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ILLUSTRATE THE STORY

  • Creating a cheerful and appealing visual narrative that combines and invites to start reading

  • Compliment the story to encourage an active interpretation of each scene

  • Immerse the readers into an imaginative world, with clues hidden in the illustrations and fun and lovable characters to be remembered

  • Keep the excitement active throughout the story or book

COVER AND ADVERTS

  • Creating a cover illustration that's exciting and eye catching.

  • Illustrating more images for adverts, Instagram and other platforms for advertising the book.

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FINAL PRODUCT

Satisfied with all the previous work finally completed, it’s time to enjoy the result of both text and illustrations combined to create a new world full of imagination and sensations