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Illustrating Children's Books (edition 2013)

by Martin Ursell (Author)

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How do you go about illustrating a children's book? Where do the ideas come from? How do you illustrate a narrative? How do you get published? This beautiful book answers all these questions and more. With practical tips and ideas throughout, it explains and follows the journey from first idea to final completed book. It is filled with illustrations that show how these images are made, and offers a rare chance to see the roughs, visuals and ideas sheets from a variety of children's illustrators. Exercises support the ideas discussed and suggest ways of developing them. AUTHOR: Martin Ursell has illustrated many books for children, including the award-winning Song of Pentecost by W J Corbett. He is a senior lecturer in illustration at Middlesex University. 199 colour images… (more)
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Title:Illustrating Children's Books
Authors:Martin Ursell (Author)
Info:Crowood Press (2013), Edition: Illustrated, 144 pages
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Sloppy and badly executed, like the author couldn't be bothered to make any real effort and believes that acceptable for publication. Don't waste your time. ( )
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How do you go about illustrating a children's book? Where do the ideas come from? How do you illustrate a narrative? How do you get published? This beautiful book answers all these questions and more. With practical tips and ideas throughout, it explains and follows the journey from first idea to final completed book. It is filled with illustrations that show how these images are made, and offers a rare chance to see the roughs, visuals and ideas sheets from a variety of children's illustrators. Exercises support the ideas discussed and suggest ways of developing them. AUTHOR: Martin Ursell has illustrated many books for children, including the award-winning Song of Pentecost by W J Corbett. He is a senior lecturer in illustration at Middlesex University. 199 colour images

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