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Princess Illustration

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Children's Illustration Agency - Illustration Agency - Illustrators - August Ro

If you love forest, magic, and tea, then not a word more: I am with you along the way! My name is Nata Roshchenko, also known as August! I’ve loved drawing ever since I was a kid! I like to think that I learnt how to speak very early on, just so that I could ask my mom for more paper and crayons. Back then, drawing was as essential and natural as breathing, but I couldn’t even imagine that one day it would become my career. In my teenage years, I realised my dream and went to an arts college to learn and master my artistic skills. Imagine how happy I was – the only thing I had to do was drawing! A few years later I saw my goal clearly – I wanted to illustrate books. Books were yet another passion of mine, and the mere thought of combining these two “loves” into one activity made my head explode with fireworks of happiness! I believe that illustrations are mini-stories by themselves, and illustrating a book lets me truly dive into the universe created by the writer, leaving a tiny part of myself in the drawings. In my life, drawing plays a role of some universal language, allowing me to communicate my feelings and share my stories with the world. Isn’t it great that I can just paint a picture and people can understand it even if they don’t speak my language? I think that is true magic…

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Gommettes Princesses

illustration©emmanuelle colin Editions Lito Tout juste sorties!!!! Gommettes autocollantes de Princesses aux éditions Lito

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The Story of The Princess and the Frog

Free, printable children's fairy tales; the story of the Princess and the Frog

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The Castle

The Castle designed by muhammed sajid. Connect with them on Dribbble; the global community for designers and creative professionals.

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MONUMENT FRIENDS: Photo

Art and other creativeness by fans of the game Monument Valley. Curated by @ustwogames.

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princess abc flash cards + GIVEAWAY!

I've been working with Chronicle Books on some new Twelve Dancing Princesses themed goodies. Wanna see?? Here they are: Princess ABC Flash Cards! Illustrated by yours truly. You can get them from the Chronicle Books website, or from Amazon (of course, everything is on Amazon). OR ...you can enter the GIVEAWAY to win one!! The rules: Leave your e-mail address in a comment to this post. I'll use an random number generator to pick a winner! US residents only please. Yes I know, but these things are kinda heavy so int'l shipping is not an option...this time around, at least. I'll pick a winner on October 21! Yayayayayayay! The giveaway is closed! Thank you to everyone who entered! Let's take a look at these things! A little info: the characters are based on my book Twelve Dancing Princesses, and artwork from my Princess Matching Game. They come in this neat little box, so when you're not learning your ABC's you can stow them away! They are made of heavy, cat-proof cardboard so they won't bend or rip unless you try REALLy hard! They also have round edges so little hands won't poke them into little eyes. Here's a few of my favorite cards! There are 26, naturally, but it would make this post very verrrryyyyy long to post all 26 of them. If you have the previously mentioned Princess Matching Game, you're probably having deja-vu right now. That's because a good portion of artwork for these cards was up-cycled from the matching game. Why did I use a dorky word like up-cycle? Because a funny thing happens when you take artwork from a 2" card and blow it up to 6": it needs to be adjusted, and spruced up, and man, does it ever look different when it's bigger! And three years have gone by! I had to do a lot of adjusting and composing and photoshop magic to make the old artwork useable. Fortunately for me, I tend to keep EVERYTHING on separate layers in photoshop and label each layer meticulously, so opening up the old files was not too bad. But it WAS still a lot of work. Here's the king and queen from the matching game. The biggest differences are little things: the king's medals got more refined, and so did the queen's pearls. They looked so blobby when I resized them! I also had to adjust her dress shape and re-do all the details in her hair. It was like they both got make-overs! ...and then some of the cards are just entirely new artwork, like this horse draw carriage! H is for Horse drawn carriage! R is for Princess Rose: Princess Rose got a make-over, and like all the princesses on these cards she also got her name-sake flower put in her hand. J is for Jewels! I loved working on this card. N is for Nighttime: I like this one a lot. It's a friendly kinda nighttime. Y is for Yawn: This is straight out of the book! M is for Marigold. Marigold made the cover of the box. S is for Shoes...I love this card. And I is for Iris. I like this one because Iris sort of looks like she's pretending her iris is a microphone. It was definitely a unique experience re-visiting my own artwork. Usually you put something out there and that's it, it's done, no do-overs. I never imagined I'd get the chance to go back and fix/tweak/refine these gals. Stay tuned for a winner to be announced next week!! ...and PS: did you notice that cute little black doggy on the front of the box?? That's my cute little black doggy! Her name is Lila! That's a little fun-fact trivia nugget for you.

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