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  December 05, 2023

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Product: What Do Illustrators Do
Category: Labor Day - Community Helpers
ISBN: 0395902304
Age: toddler, preschool, kindergarten, elementary

What Do Illustrators Do - Community Helper Labor Day Books for Kids
Community Helper Books for Kids - What Do Illustrators Do

What Do Illustrators Do by Eileen Christelow

Outstanding descriptions and illustrations describing how two illustrators working on the same story can get very different results - Jack and the Beanstalk. Contains excellent color illustrations. Both illustrators talk about the book size and shape, concepts such as point of view and perspective, and decisions about typeface and medium (depicted in a concrete way). Christelow shows how the same illustration would look if presented in pencil as opposed to felt-tip pen, or watercolor as opposed to colored pencil.

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