The last few days perhaps for the unseeable future I have and will be diverting my attention to Sorrowfish illustrations, so I want to explain what it is, and why. My mom Anne C. Miles @redtoadmedia is an amazing web builder and writer, she has been hard at work for the last couple of years … Continue reading Inky Illustrations for Sorrowfish
The pencil has freed me from the cage that I have felt confined by for months and now my illustrations are flowing again ...
**updated with a couple more ways to make this into a personalized card.** For all my mommas out there I have an instructional card "how to" just for you. I managed to do this while chasing my toddler around. Sorry there is no video instead I photographed the process and will explain. Trust me it … Continue reading Happy Mother’s day: A DIY Special
If you are an artist or striving to be, you probably have a ton of pages upon pages of practice doodles that didn't quite cut it. Or maybe that's just me. For some nutty reason I keep all of mine in a plastic bin and occasionally go through the scraps combing for ideas. When the … Continue reading Trash or Treasure?
This is continuing my illustration journey, I have been focusing on composition for a while and today I was ready to take it to the next level with some color. As some of you may have noticed, I don't have one medium. I focus on art exploration and I diversify my methods always trying new … Continue reading From the sketchboooook, to the canvas! Paint, paint, paint…
You don't have to make grand statements or share your political beliefs in order to make an affective children's book. Don't worry about the rest of the world when you write. Focus on you, your life, and it will come to you. Your idea, from the heart. Write from the eyes of a child.
These are some of the illustrations that I completed for Carol Lozier, used throughout her children's book, as well as on her website.