Sunday, 24 April 2016

Illustration Friday, "Prince"

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This week the Illustration Friday theme is a tribute to Prince. 
A departure from my usual lino-cut technique, this quick digital finger painting is a response to 
the sad news about the early demise of a talented and prolific artist.

Sunday, 3 April 2016

Illustration Friday, "Sparkle"

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Check out Illustration Friday for a wide array of creative solutions for the theme,"Sparkle." This art is from an educational picture book depicting a Mexican folktale titled "A True Hero." Linocut with colour applied in Photoshop.

Illustration Friday, "Wisdom"

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For the Illustration Friday theme of "Wisdom," I submit The Empress, a tarot card from a deck I am working on in fits and starts. Linocut colourized in Photoshop.

Saturday, 12 March 2016

Illustration Friday, "Dragon"

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Check out Illustration Friday to see a diverse collection of art
depicting the topic, "Dragon."
My submission originally appeared in a secondary school algebra textbook by Addison Wesley. As always, a linocut coloured in Photoshop.

Monday, 7 March 2016

Illustration Friday, "Childhood"

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For this week's topic I submitted a piece from Antonio's Music, a picture book biography of Antonio Vivaldi, published by Scholastic Canada. Check out all the wonderful art at Illustration Friday!

Sunday, 28 February 2016

Illustration Friday, "Village"

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I've been away from Illustration Friday for a few months, busy working on a book. For this week, a page from the picture book, Mira and the Big Story, written by Laura Alary and published by Skinner House Books. 
The illustrations are, as always, linocut coloured in Photoshop.

Friday, 13 November 2015

Illustration Friday, "Animal"

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My submission to Illustration Friday is from The Little Lutheran magazine, the story of Adam and the animals. The topic this week is, appropriately, "Animal." A linocut print with colour applied in Photoshop.