I was reading on linkedin that the title of your book is almost as important as the cover art and concept.
For example, the world’s best selling children’s book is called “Guess How much I Love You”. Now, I’ve had a look at this book and it’s pretty normal. Nothing extraordinary.
it makes sense that the cover and title are important. People buying things on Amazon will look at the cover and title and MAYBE the reviews. Titles people!!
This is a radio interview of the children’s illustrator Jan Penkowski. My dad told me to listen to this. Turn out Penkowski doesn’t like children either. Excellent news then.
I like his work. i remember it from my childhood. It was all weird and pop-up-y.
Illustrator is a terrible program.
It’s like pulling bits of string around and then pinning them down.
It’s the complete opposite of Corel Painter.
Illustration for a company’s KickStarter page. They’ve invented something to keep the dust out of computers.
South Clerk Street, Edinburgh
For a project with Michael Kirkham
This is about a Chinese Takeaway called “Hung Lam”. They wouldn’t give me a look behind their counter and they didn’t know what their name meant. So I assumed it was all Magic and MSG.
Unfortunately out of stock. http://slayer.backstreet-merch.com/stores/slayer/official_slayer_jumper_christmas-holidays-jumper_slay246.html