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Much like the other Wildlife Trust booklets ‘The Last Red Squirrel in the North West’ campaign was a door drop campaign dedicated to spreading awareness and support for the iconic Red Squirrel.
I really enjoyed working on this project and it was fantastic to have the opportunity to do another project dedicated to such an incredible creature!
See below a few of my favourite pages from this booklet:
I haven’t posted on here for awhile, I’m definitely not dead or anything. In fact I post a lot, just not here very often. This is my more formal online ‘hang out’ yet I post a few times a week on Twitter: click here.
Anyway, here are some of my missing Sketch Dailies entries:
Hi everyone, I got quite excited when I began working on this mid week, but due to a lot of other work was unable to finish it before the next Illustration Friday submission title.
The title that I had entered was ‘path’, and I used the excuse to portray an issue that is constantly an issue for a friend of mine: The choice between city or country life. What would you choose?
I completely forgot to upload this to my main blog! I’ve been using Twitter and other social media a lot more recently and occasionally forgetting about here! Anyway this is my Witchsona for 2015, I entered it last year as well (click here to see it).
My entry for Sketch Dailies’ title: Cat in the Hat (it was Dr.Seuss week). I decided that no one quite wears a hat as well as Gandalf, so I changed things up and made him the Cat in the Hat. I happened to post it on World Book Day and thought that the combination of two literature giants, like Dr.Seuss and Tolkien could make a good piece for the day.
Here’s another Sketch Dailies entry this time for their title of EmperorKuzco. I tend to enjoy re-imagining characters so I used this title as an excuse to make use of my love of mythology. I decided to make him a God, more importantly the Inca god of death: Supay. I doubt the Incas would have imagined such a terrifying god as a Llama but that’s part of the fun!