Tag Archives: Children’s book illustration

Creative Juice #142

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Creative Juice #142

A collection of creative genius.

Creative Juice #136

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Creative Juice #136

Great offerings today:

Creative Juice #334

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Creative Juice #334

You can’t fail to be inspired by these wonderful articles.

Happy St. Patty’s Day

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This is so sweet I just had to share! Thanks to Kathy Temean for collecting these gorgeous illustrations–and interviewing all these artists!

Writing and Illustrating

CAROLYN LE: Featured on Illustrator Saturday September 12, 2015

BARBARA DILORENZO: Featured on Illustrator Saturday April 14, 2012

DAVID THORN WENZEL: Featured on Illustrator Saturday August 24, 2013

ANGELA MATTESON: Featured on Illustrator Saturday December 10, 2011

NICOLE STEMLOW MONAHAN: https://www.monahanstudio.com/

SUSAN MILLER: Featured on Illustrator Saturday August 25, 2018

NATASHA WING: Author – http://natashawing.com/nightbefore/120715

NOEL Ill: Being featured this Spring on Illustrator Saturday – Please check back!

LENA RALSTON: Lena is being featured this month on Illustrator Saturday – Check Back!

CHRISTINA WALD: Featured on Illustrator Saturday March 16, 2019

AMALIA HOFFMAN: Featured on Illustrator Saturday September 18, 2010

 

KIMBERLY BETTI: https://www.kimberlybatti.com

CHRISTINA WALD: Featured on Illustrator Saturday March 16, 2019

NICOLE TADGELL: Featured on Illustrator Saturday April 2, 2011

May you live a long life,

full of gladness and health,

with a pocket full of gold,

as the least of your wealth.

May the dreams you hold…

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Creative Juice #129

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Creative Juice #129

Dream, gather inspiration, and create!

  1. Zoology anatomy lesson.
  2. A knitting designer shares some of her sketches.
  3. How artists deal with the pain of lost love.
  4. Life in the 1800s beautifully captured by Mary Ellen Best.
  5. When photographer Omar Robles went home to Puerto Rico, he was so shocked by the devastation and abandoned buildings (aftermath of Hurricane Maria) that he photographed dancers against the background of ruins.
  6. You don’t need lots of room for a book nook.
  7. Tips from a street photographer.
  8. The gorgeous illustrations of Kayla Herren.
  9. If you want to move a big rock over 100 miles, be prepared to apply for a lot of permits.
  10. Many variations on the iconic face of the New Yorker.
  11. Sketches from Disneyland.
  12. Beautiful Bulgarian folk dances. (I’d rather be dancing!)

Creative Juice #117

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Creative Juice #117

Wow! A varied offering this week.

Guest Post and Book Giveaway: A Tuba Christmas by Helen Wilbur – Illustrated by Mary Uhles

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A wonderful gift idea for your musically-inclined youngster! And a glimpse into the illustrator’s process.

This article by Kathy Temean previously appeared on Writing and Illustrating.

Writing and Illustrating

Author Helen Wilbur has new picture book titled, A TUBA CHRISTMAS, illustrated by Mary Uhles. It’s now available in bookstores. Raakhee has agreed to share a book with one lucky winner. All you have to do to get in the running is to leave a comment. Reblog, tweet, or talk about it on Facebook with a link and you will get additional chances to win. Just let me know the other things you do to share the good news, so I can put in the right amount of tickets in my basket for you.

Sharing on Facebook, Twitter, reblogging really helps spread the word for a new book. Thanks for helping Helen and Mary!

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

With a family that loves music as much as hers does, it was only a matter of time before it was Ava’s turn to pick out an instrument. Her mother plays the piano, her…

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