…Four fabulous reasons why I haven’t updated my blog since 2012. I’ve been working with Top That, Blue Rabbit and Caterpillar on some lovely books and jigsaws you’ll be able to see over the next 12 months or so.
I’m also working with Secret Singer-Songwriter Society - more details soon but in the meantime, hop on over and offer your support.
The Secret Singer-Songwriter Society has chosen the motto “Music That Matters” to symbolize the connection between the creative output of artists and the significant impact that a single song can have on a charitable cause’s fundraising efforts. ”Music That Matters” reflects our attitude towards a truly reciprocal way of looking at philanthropy: one in which all parties benefit from a common source…MUSIC!
I drew a Penguin, joining in with Penguinfest on Twitter – go and see the others @maybeswabey or visit the fabulous Book Sniffer Facebook page!
And last but not least, my debut children’s book, Pi-Rat, will be available from August 5th 2013 from all good bookshops (online and on the high street). Click on the cover for more details!
If I’ve already hassled you on Twitter or Facebook then chances are you already know about Stars on Canvas and their charity auction.
If you don’t then you really need to go here and read all about The Willow Foundation and the fantastic work they do.
Then you need to hop over to eBay for a look at all the gorgeous artwork for sale, choose one you like and make a bid if you can. If you fancy owning my canvas, please go here to bid:
Thanks for reading x
Well, it would have been a newsflash if I’d updated sooner…As it stand’s, it’s just news. But great, fantastic, brilliantly-brilliant news.
My little tiny book dummy is going to be a real book. I signed a contract with Caterpillar Books a couple of weeks ago and will be starting work in January 2012.
Watch this space and don’t forget to look out for Caterpillar Books on Twitter and Facebook
Lauren, Bright and Caterpillar Books – Thank you all for being so amazing x
Character development – I think I’ll call her Amelia…
I have been busy, honest!…I’m sorting through and cataloguing all of my recent work so I’ll post some of my new illustrations here as I get to them – the rest are available over at Bright or in my web portfolio. First up – Mr. Badger…
Oh I’m hopeless, I know. It feels like last week since I was last on here but I can see from the dates it was a good few months. I haven’t been completely lazy, I’ve been making cuddly wabbids mainly but thought I’d better skip back to the job in hand, and the job in hand was this:
Watercolour on A3 Bockingford
So I’ve been struggling with this little guy for a while…the initial sketches were too ‘old’ looking; he needs to appeal to toddlers…so here is the finished illustration.