Children's Book Illustration Styles Feedback Please
Hey, so I created these 4 pages based on a short, silly poem I made up :)
I wanted to showcase different styles, but also show storytelling ability and character continuity.
Any feedback is much appreciated, but I'm also curious which style is your favorite and why to get an idea of what has the best appeal to most people. Thanks!
Rebecca Hirsch last edited by
I actually like the second page style best- line work is nice and consistent, the style is legible and engaging. I like the camera angle as well.
smceccarelli last edited by
For me too, the second is the one I like most. But I have seen all of these in children´s books, so it is more a matter of your personal level of satisfaction in working in any of these.
Nice poem, BTW!
BradAYoo last edited by
@smceccarelli said in Children's Book Illustration Styles Feedback Please:
... it is more a matter of your personal level of satisfaction in working in any of these.
I totally agree with Simona. Each are great but a style that makes you feel happy and satisfied is most important. That being said I do have to say, 3 is my fav followed by 2. Great level of detail and texture. Plus your colors are vibrant and well balanced.
Chip Valecek last edited by
I personally like style 2.
evilrobot last edited by
I love anything with line work in it so for me I really enjoy #2. And the poem is great. Nice work.
It's interesting that most of you guys like page 2 because that's the style I'm most comfortable with/do most of my work in. Cool!
Thanks so much for all the feedback/input so far! :)
bluesky71 last edited by
Love this.made me laugh,know kids will love your writing too.I like the 3rd pic,lots of texture,but I'm biased towards a painterly style...😊
@bluesky71 Thank you! :D :D
amberwingart last edited by
These are all great, so it's a tough one, but I'd say I like 1 & 3 the best - I'm also a fan of the painterly style :)
Lee White last edited by Lee White
#3 is probably your best bet in terms of making images that publishers will want. It's also a good mix between painting and line work which will make the illustrations go much faster than some of the other styles.