Working up some initial sketches and FINALLY making a proper start on the kids’ story I’m illustrating to be published in the summer. Just some flat colour drawings of ‘Isabella the Fairy’, I’m going to add textures and a little extra shading here and there in the final pages.
ALSO, I now have a facebook page for my work over at http://www.facebook.com/EmmieMcKeeGraphicDesignAndIllustration - so if you like my work, a ‘like’ for the page would be GREATLY appreciated. :)

Working up some initial sketches and FINALLY making a proper start on the kids’ story I’m illustrating to be published in the summer. Just some flat colour drawings of ‘Isabella the Fairy’, I’m going to add textures and a little extra shading here and there in the final pages.

ALSO, I now have a facebook page for my work over at http://www.facebook.com/EmmieMcKeeGraphicDesignAndIllustration - so if you like my work, a ‘like’ for the page would be GREATLY appreciated. :)

One of the double page spreads for my negotiated project at university - ‘The Zombie Survival Sketchbook’ - a 10 to 20 -page booklet of illustrations, notes and advice for surviving the zombie apocalypse based on the ideas presented in Max Brooks’ The Zombie Survival Guide. The premiss here is that it’s being produced by an individual who’s gone a teeny bit insane during the apocalypse, and their inflated ego deems it necessary to record the information they collect for anyone who should be lucky enough to find it. This particular spread is made to look as though it’s being recorded over the top of existing ‘family record’ pages from a local church. The messy, scrawly handwriting is my own. Currently working on pages like ‘DIY Weaponry’, ‘hideouts’ and ‘first aid’, too.

One of the double page spreads for my negotiated project at university - ‘The Zombie Survival Sketchbook’ - a 10 to 20 -page booklet of illustrations, notes and advice for surviving the zombie apocalypse based on the ideas presented in Max Brooks’ The Zombie Survival Guide. The premiss here is that it’s being produced by an individual who’s gone a teeny bit insane during the apocalypse, and their inflated ego deems it necessary to record the information they collect for anyone who should be lucky enough to find it. This particular spread is made to look as though it’s being recorded over the top of existing ‘family record’ pages from a local church. The messy, scrawly handwriting is my own. Currently working on pages like ‘DIY Weaponry’, ‘hideouts’ and ‘first aid’, too.