Picture books and...
Have you written a children's book? Are you wondering how to bring your words and characters off the page? That's where I can help. I can assist you in all stages of your book creation. From advice on focus groups, page count, sizing, character creation, scenes and even design layout for printing.
Take a look at some of the examples below.
Step One: Brief
Let's collaborate! Tell me about your book idea. Send me your manuscript and we can chat about the possibilities.
If you know, tell me the size and page numbers you are looking for and I can provide you with a quote and draw up a license contract for the artwork and design work.
Step Two: Creative
Using our previous discussion, I'll begin with some preliminary sketches for each page of your book.
Once approved, I will work the illustrations up into final artwork and add the wording to each page in a layout that you can check and sign off before I provide the final artwork.
Step Three: Delivery
Once all pages have been signed off, I'll double check all measurements and bleed sizing to ensure the artwork is in a ready state for sending to your chosen book printer.
After your book has been sent to print, I can help support your marketing efforts on the Tiny Grey social media and email channels to help spread the word. Exciting times!
Children's Educational Picture Book
Museum of the Strange but True written by Berys Dixon and illustrated by Tiny Grey's Sophie Scott-Lewis.
The book is full of fantastic and unusual facts for kids.