Children’s Book Illustrations

CHILDREN’S BOOK ILLUSTRATION PROCESS

You provide us the manuscript

We both discuss the manuscript and scenes

We visualize and illustrate

Is it that so simple?
NO

Here is how all that gets done: Behind the scenes

Requirements:

  • Manuscript: This must be the final edited version. Please ensure you get the manuscript edited by a profiessional editor.
  • Scene Descriptions: This is required if you have a vision and are particular with what should go in the art work else we will sktech on our own.
  • Reference Images: Should you have a character from real life and want to sketch the same we will need the pics to match. Front and side poses will work. 

Step 1. Rough Line Art Sketch

We hand draw the sketches as per the scene descriptions and the script you shared with us. We then scanned those rough line art images and submit for your review and feedback.

This is the opportunity for you to review and provide your feedback. You can ask for scene change or changes in the scene objects.

Quality is a priority for us that’s why we offer unlimited revisions until you, the client is satisfied with the work.

Step 2. Sketch coloring

Once you approved the line art we then filled the scene with details and color them. Here you can only share the feedback related to colors.

If you provide any scene reated correction that will be difficult to entertain after the coloring is done and cost you additional money.

You have this opportunity at line art stage where we entertain unlimited scene corrections.

Below are few examples of line arts and their color versions:

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Please visit our portfolio page to view more of our work and should you have any questions the FAQ page.

We’re currently accepting new projects. Drop us a line! We’d love to hear from you.

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