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Like the coat on left but decided on keeping her outfit consistent. Our favorite parts are when the reptile blocks Ruby's way and pushes her around and when Ruby dresses up like Little Red Riding Hood. Here is Crazy Billy close-up. The room I am renting at the moment is quite small so I must clip them up on a rack I made so I can see them all at once.

More about that later… the two color illustrations you can see are test images to show the publisher the look of the final art. Believe it or not, I can draw slightly differently from week to week, day to day, maybe even hour to hour.

Ruby is a mouse that lives in the city.

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It does not change. She doesn't pay attention a lot to what her mother says Well, let's just say she doesn't pay attention at all. Her mom asks her to bring a a triple cheese pie to her grandma's house.

This book reminds me Brian of my life because of someone I know who tortures me a lot, and he is only three years old. As you can see, I do all the final line drawing at once, before beginning the color painting. Ruby has a grandma who is very sick with a cold. Notice the two smaller drawings clipped to the page at left.

Before Ruby leaves, her mom tells her not to read while walking and not to talk to strangers, especially cats!

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Below is the final pencil line art for the right hand page of this spread. Above is the art for this spread pinned up on the wall. More on the art for this book: If you like fairy tales, animals, and surprises then this book is just for you!

Two things bugged me: On her way to grandma's house she runs into a stranger who is a reptile and starts to chat.

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This book is similar to Little Red Riding Hood. Does Ruby forget her mom's advice? This story does not take place in the forest and it is a riot! This book reminds me Rom of someone I know who never pays attention to her mom. Words by Mary Ann Hoberman… good memories.

I used a 5mm mechanical pencil in a B grade I thinkon cold press Arches 90lb watercolor paper.

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This book is not exactly like Little Red Riding Hood. Above are the two Missy drawings side by side. She complains because she doesn't want to go but she has to go. I mentioned I made a late change to the art?

Ruby * Written by Michael Emberley

I loved making everyone wearing a mask here. Due to another late text change, they end up being used, almost untouched, for the new climax scene following the snake-eye spread.

The characters are all animals. Below have a look at the final line drawings pinned up in the studio. Does this book remind you of another fairy tale?

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Below is the final pencil line art for the spread I talked about in Part One of this blog. The thin 90lb paper is because I use a light table to draw the final art from sketches. We also like the way the author tricked us with many surprises.

How do you make it look invisible yet visible… Ah, trick or treat.