Illustration by Jerry Pinkney
Bring your in final project, as it stands. It should be in an evolved state: the final art is due the following week.
Non sequiter: Here are some FAQs about the copyright law. This is more pertinent to illustrators than designers. Please read, for your own sake.
At 6:30, please come to Shemin Auditorium to see Illustration Legend Jerry Pinkney. He is one of the industry’s greats and we’re honored to host him here.
For those of you interested in creating children’s books, here’s an article that addresses the specifics of type handling for that form. If you want to illustrate children’s books, having the chops to do the typography as well is a real bonus, both creatively and professionally.
Here‘s an article by The Great Lauren Panepinto from the blog Muddy Colors. Read it. Read too her article on the process of designing a book cover and hiring an illustrator. Yep, it’s true. Fifty versions is not at all unusual.
Last week we were talking about the useful features of Open Type fonts. Here‘s more about that.