A Teeny Tiny Movie

Last February I filmed myself doodling the last page in a 30 page coloring book called Day Of The Dead from the Just Add Color series published by Rockport. I decided to make a little movie from it. 

Altogether I illustrated 3 books total. In addition to Day Of The Dead there's Circus (vintage creepy cool!) and Carnivale (exotic dancers and fun and weird mask people!) SO MUCH FUN. I'm very grateful for this body of work. I had a lot of creative freedom which is very rare. The books are available at Rockport.com, in your local Barnes and Noble, and Amazon to name a few. Signed copies with an original doodle are also available at my Etsy shop, Petit Reve.–Sarah W.


Stefanie said...

Hi! I LOVE your art! I was hoping you could tell me what kind of pens those are in the photo. All I can see is Prismacolor, but there are so many different types, aren't there?
Thank you!

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