Pushing The Envelope: What Does It Take To Do That?
What do I really, really love? Halloween! Fairy tales! Every October, as I was growing up, my dad decorated for Halloween with enthusiasm. Coming from a farm background where harvest time holds a nostalgic and small town Sleepy Hollow place in my heart the make-over of Driz was pure pleasure. The re-do of Siz came from that book of fairy tales I read every morning while eating breakfast before school, compliments of my mother making sure we had books in the house. Fairy princess and zombie vampire – so much more interesting! Then I sat down to edit my stories and found that my “new and improved” characters lent themselves to WAY more interesting story lines. A whole new world and definitely more work just opened up!
This entry was posted on September 23, 2013 by dilleenmarshwomanartistrenaissance. It was filed under My author/illustrator life! and was tagged with art, art adventure, author/illustrator, books, characters, children's books, Driz, illustration, little girls, pushing the envelope, Siz, sketching, vampire, zombie.
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