Very cool--especially like your animals/nature drawings. I'd love to see what you would do with a children's book. Don't know if you are looking for resources... maybe you know about these already, but SCBWI (Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators) is a good resource. There are regional groups that organize conferences & other events in a lot of places throughout the world, and there's an online forum... though the forum doesn't match the quality of the organization as a whole. Verla Kay's Blueboards is the best online forum; it's a wonderful place to connect with other kid lit illustrators and authors, both published and not-yet-published. :)
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No. lol I haven't even done a children's book. Ive been freelancing for 20 years and I'm stuck in a bit of a rut. Lots of skull stuff. That's what people see, so those are the clients I attract. I am trying to build up some more illustrations that pertain to a more kid-friendly clientele.
Here's my on-line portfolio. I haven't updated it in a couple of weeks. I usually do it every week or so, since I'm actually pretty busy with clients. I guess that's why I haven't had much time to get some other types of illustrations done.
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