Assignment 5 – Seven Days

The final course assignment is here and it’s a very open brief. We are asked to create a series of seven illustrations, illustration strip or diagrammatic illustration on the topic of ‘seven days’. The first task is to create a full brief for the job. I started with some Google searches for what seven days […]

Working for Children

The first part of this exercise was to research age specific children’s illustration. I found the best way to do this was through searches on Amazon as there the books are organised according to age range. However, after only a couple of searches it was clear that age ranges aren’t firm as some books appeared […]

Organic Biscuits

I chose three extint animals that most children would be familiar with: t-rex, triceratops, and pterodactyl. As the brief allows us to chose whether to appeal to parents or to pester power I fely that colourful packaging with fun characters would appeal to children and thus assist parent who had decided to shop organic. My […]

Text and image

For this exercise I experimented with different handwritten styles to match the selection of words we were given. I then tried to match the words to fonts I have on the computer. I was a little unclear about the tasks that came next as, at times the exercise refers to ‘your word’ and at times […]

Editorial Illustration

I started this exercise with a copy of the Gaurdian and cut the illustrations from it and stuck them in my sketchbook. Notes 1 – Modern Tribes. The political interviewer This is a representational illustration of a man in glasses. His expression emphasises the tone of the piece which is sarcastic, abrupt and pointed. Or […]

My Own Work

Looking through my work so far there are a few pieces or parts of pieces that I like: My sketches tend to be quite rough and as such I have not included any. I matched some of the above to an area of authorial practice: Summer and Autumn patterns – decorative illustration To the moon […]