“The traditional role of the Illustrator lies in the visual narrative, it is a practice with its roots in storytelling.” ~ Marshall Arisman
To shake up my creativity, I’ve signed up for some online illustrations courses, the first of which is both more difficult and enjoyable than anticipated.
Unit one required me to create an illustration from random items seen at a flea market. As Lockdown is in progress, nipping off to Portobello Road market was replaced with online searches.
Stalls crammed with worn teddy bears and others stacked high with gaudy crockery, I decided to create an illustration for children, showing teddies attempting to climb into a teacup.
Indecision meant that both a watercolour and a digital version of the teacup were created.
Drawing hyperactive teddies proved more difficult than I’d imagined, but I got there in the end.