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Nina Rycroft

Picture Book Illustration - How Nina created illustrations for 'Pooka'
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Nina Rycroft

on 10 August 2016

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Transcript of Nina Rycroft

illustrations for Pooka
Character
Getting Started
Setting
How Nina Rycroft created
words and pictures working together
will tell a story
to its full potential
- Setting
- Character
- Plot
- Designing the Page
- The stories Told
Setting
- day
illustrations can provide
actual plot and concept information
Plot
Designing
the page
The Stories Told
Characters
- are the 'actors'
- they provide the 'action'
illustrations are crucial to setting the tone and mood of a book
Setting
- Location
- Devonport
Setting
- a visual Map of the Area
Setting
- outside
Setting
- night
Characters
- get inpiration from the
people/animals around you
Characters
- know your characters well
- the way
they move
- their personality
How they relate to one another
Characters
- need consistency
Plot
- can be enhanced by the characters
illustrations can provide concept information
Plot
- sub-characters, characters
not mentioned in the text...
Sub-characters (not mentioned in the text) can add another dimension to the illustrations
Composition
& Page Layout
Composition - Laying out the image and the text
Composition
- the conscious
arrangement
of objects
within a space
Composition
- dynamic
- angles and curves
Composition
- static
- horizontal lines
Composition
- proportional relationship between
characters, illustration and text
Composition
- Placement and size of text
Composition
- text and illustration
must be well intergrated
Setting
- inside
Characters
- bring the reader into the story
Plot
- illustrations can provide
concept information
Plot
- character interaction can support
the plot or add a sub story
...can add another dimension
to the illustrations
Composition
- use the illustration to guide the eye across the page
Thank You!
Visit www.ninarycroft.com for more information about Nina and her books
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