Fantastic flag design isn’t just for Vexillologists. This is helpful information that any designer, artist or writer can use to improve output. How do the rules for flag design apply to being more creative? Find out here in this summary of Roman Mars’ TED Talk.
This week, you’ll see various versions of panels for pages 3 and 5. It’s a process. And at last, we have the end of the story – but not the end of the book. There’s a difference.
Last week, I knew I needed to do something about the Bunny character and how she looks. But I also needed to get the actual story down and pin down my primary plot. I’ve been working on both this week.
A daring series I’ve decided to tackle for you: I’ll walk you through my storybook process by creating a new story online – every step.
Sheryl Hershey’s debut children’s book, Lila and the Dandelion, has encouraged hearing children to learn sign language, it has invited teachers to use the book inside their classrooms, and most recently, Nick Baker, a talented musician (who is autistic and blind) is currently writing a song about Sheryl’s book. Find out in this interesting talk with Sheryl what it is she is doing right!
Whoever your character, whatever your play, your costumes should make sense to the audience. Here’s a quick-&-dirty guide: the 4 essential things to keep in mind when costuming the characters in your theatre production.