Every book starts with an idea, a spark, a moment of inspiration, and travels through many hands until it ends its journey with a child.
This blog will track the journey of one book, written by James Mayhew, and illustrated by Jackie Morris.
It doesn't match your first cover, but it is very effective. I like it.RegardsLaurie
I love it. All the little details.
It's quite beautiful - I love the details. I love the picture of it on Facebook with the new behind it, your new studio is excellent!
Beautiful, delicate and nurturing.
Fantastic,I love it! Just such a lovely composition with the corner details, beautiful unicorn...I think it has a really good feeling...Best of luck with this Jackie,Carrie...
very nice! love your dragon and unicorn...
Lovely! I particularly like the way you've drawn the dragon's face.x
I feel traitorous saying I like this more then the first one but I do. I think it's wonderful, so many things to look at and investigate. It captures my imagination for the story.
I still like the first cover, but not better than this. It is just different. And I like this one and think it works so much better than the second one.
WOW! What more can I say. You are sooo talented. I just love your work.Warm WishesJulie
Gorgeous!! And how funny..I dreamt of Unicorns last night...I nver have before. Now here's a close up picture of one!What can that mean?!:)xxx
Beautiful concept, *friendly dragon.* As with the first two covers, looking at this one would certainly make me pick the book up for a second look!Ricka
Beautiful pictures Jackie :) I went back to the beginning of this blog, just for a nosey around, and it's so interesting to see how much the book has changed from your first roughs. It's also interesting to take a look at how the people posting comments have changed too! I clearly had toooo much time on the day I did this!!!Kim x
Beautiful work Jackie x
Strange... mostly when people picture a unicorn or a dragon you can tell it's from their imagination... but with your drawings I have the strongest feeling you drew them from life...!This is fabulous... you haven't even put the colour in yet and it's still fabulous!You'll have to do this one as a print too. It's lovely.
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