Illustrations/marker visuals for a children's book

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Joseph G.Catty F.Nick S.Mark R.Claire B. + 24 others have already sent a proposal.
Joseph G.
Graphic Designer / Illustrator
United Kingdom London
Catty F.
Illustrator, Storyboard artist, character designer.
United Kingdom Twickenham
Nick S.
Illustration & Design
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Mark R.
illustrator/character designer/storyboard artist / caricaturist
United Kingdom London
Claire B.
Freelance Illustrator/Designer
United Kingdom Bishops Stortford
Jayant M.
Illustrator, graphic designer, CGI, VFX, 2D/3D visuals expert
India Chandigarh
Wayne J.
Animator, Designer and Concept Artist
United Kingdom Huddersfield
Ana B.
Illustrator - animator - Interactive designer
Germany Leipzig
Paulina V.
illustrator
United Kingdom Richmond
Anthony S.
Illustrator
United Kingdom London
Ultimate D.
Graphic/Web/APPS Designer/PHP,JAVA,HTML ,IPHONE/IPAD/ANDROID APPS and games designVideo editing/Auto CAD/logo/Brochure,Stationery/
Pakistan Faisalabad
Greg C.
Freelance Illustrator / Designer
United Kingdom Nottinghamshire
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Description

I have a 24 page children's book that I need some marker visuals for, to show the content and viewpoint of the illustrations which will then be created at a later date.

There will be 8 small (half page or smaller) visuals and 9 large (full page or DPS) visuals to create. I have basic written descriptions of the content for each and the finished book size is 210mm square.

At this stage, I am only looking for scamp type visuals and not finished illustrations, although I will also be looking at illustrative styles, so you must have some examples of children's book illustrations as part of your portfolio.

Clarification Board

  • Josef H.

    Okay, sounds interesting- I'll put a bid together presently. Thanks, Josef

  • Josef H.

    Hi, are you asking for concept sketches?

    Yes, I guess so. I need some sketches/visuals to show the content and viewpoints of the illustrations, which will then be used to design the book, and later worked up into the finished illustrations.