How does the 'Journey and Journal' work as a foundation for my little publishing studio? I'm working on a picture book called, The Truth About Janie. It's an application of journaling and an example of how it can lead to story ideas and publishing.
Ask any four year old: What do you think owls do on a rainy afternoon? (You're going to hear all kinds of answers.) Well, I think they play cards. And what about Janie? Is she a card shark or just lucky? What is the truth? You'll have to see this picture book and then decide for yourself!
This is one of the projects I'm developing and the ideas below are about different scenes - exterior and interior - and I just sort of let them flow together on the same page.
On the left side, I developed the drawing to an early stage. The right side show the result of later work. When I went back through my stack of pages, I decided to define the edges more clearly. I did not add any new items to the picture. I just tried to be more committed and decisive about the shapes.
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