Last year I was approached by a company in South Korea to create a couple of baby posters and concertina book using my illustrations. It was a fun project as I love working on designs for babies and also love working in mostly black and white.
The concertina book was fun - one side of the book contained only black and white illustrations whilst the other side featured high contrast coloured versions.
All the illustrations were hand drawn on paper using a fine line black pen. The illustrations were then scanned in at a very high resolution before being coloured and then send of to the publishers.
Below shows a photo of hope I worked on the posters like a paper collage before hand illustrating all the various components. ***Yes, I agree, it's a very labour intensive way of working and I will endeavour to learn quicker skills when I have time to learn them! (I have an iPad Pro so have no excuse!)
Working on some black and white poster layouts using my cut our illustrations.
My desk where I worked on the illustrations.
I hope to receive some copies of my posters and books later on this year but in the meantime, if you look carefully, you'll see them amongst this photo below!
My concertina baby book on the bottom shelf along with the two posters on the wall.