Storyboarding (and distractions)

This week's assignment will be to create a page spread scene for The Owl and the Pussycat. I've been working on icons for scenery objects, but didn't start my planning for my layouts until today. I've decided I will do a two page spread for one of the following:

Working on storyboard for Make Art That Sells assignment, while watching videos on "Day in the Life of a Professional Illustrator" on Youtube.

Working on storyboard for Make Art That Sells assignment, while watching videos on "Day in the Life of a Professional Illustrator" on Youtube.

"They took some honey, and plenty of money. Wrapped up in a five pound note."
or
"To the land where the Bony tree grows."

Either option gives me a lot of room to play with "extras" in the scene, objects or living creatures, to add to the visual story told in combination with the actual text.

I've also spent about forty-five minutes starting to rearrange my studio to a better layout for me. I'm no where near done, and not even sure what I've moved around will work yet. (There are cats to keep happy in the studio too!)

Also pulled out my Passion Planner, to start getting my time organized. For a treat, I've always pulled out the Flow Diary and the "A Question a day Calender 2017" to take a peak at! I'm hoping come January, to use the calendar as both a diary tool but also as a prompt for drawings/paintings and other artworks.

 

Passion Planner, Question a day and Diary by Flow

Passion Planner, Question a day and Diary by Flow