I think you have a nice style in your drawings, and i think they would make delightful children's books. I think you should pursue that this year.Several years ago I read the story behind GOOD NIGHT MOON in The Wall Street Journal. The woman that wrote that story, wrote it at her kitchen table, in a poor section of New York City, in half an hour. (Look it up)A lot of people can draw, just as a lot of people can act, BUT only some people seem to have the right stuff that grabs the reader or the viewer. I think you should give it a chance. You have STYLE.
Thank you! That is very encouraging. I would love to pursue illustrating. I think one needs to find an agent to do something like that.I love Good Night, Moon. We read it often. And Runaway Bunny, too.
I definitely 2nd Moneythoughts commentary. You do have a gift and much of your art is, indeed, whimsical. Get thyself an agent, woman!
i'd like to see this when it's finished. nice start so far. by the by i gave you're blog an award if you're into that sort of thing.
So beautiful. So beautiful. So beautiful. Hey, does moneythoughts happen to be an agent? I think he is right on in what he says, seriously. You do have what it takes.
Moneythoughts is not an agent. But, I bet the Internet could be a place to start looking for one, or contacting a publisher for a suggestion.
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