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I’ve just finished illustrating a series of school lessons for nursery and reception children. The aim of the lessons is to look at the link between self-talk, feelings and actions. Using the illustrations, teachers will engage the children in discussions about how to help manage the emotions of the characters. They’ll discuss unhelpful thinking, findingContinue reading “Anthropomorphism in Illustration for Children”
Before the first UK lockdown in March 2020 I was between illustration commissions and working on a pottery project for the garden. I had seen poppy seedhead sculptures before for sale, and decided to make my own. Essentially, they would be upside down pots slotted onto broom handles. For a bit of creative fun inspiredContinue reading “Ceramic Garden Sculpture”
I am currently working on an illustration commission for a local preparatory school. It’s the latest in a number of assembly presentations that I have illustrated for the school over the past eight years. As part of the commission, I’ve spent the last week illustrating a joyful mouse, a grateful rabbit, an inspired squirrel, aContinue reading “Illustration for Learning Resources”
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