Thursday, 24 April 2014

The Three Wiggly Worms Bluff by Wendy Greenley

The First Ever Pretty-Much-World-Famous Illustration Contest!!!

The ContestDraw/Paint a children's picture book cover illustration (no text required - art only)Illustrations should be 8x10, horizontal or vertical, any medium, posted in jpg at least 72 px, for  the following story (which is one of the top finishers in the March Madness Fractured Fairy Tale Writing Contest)


 - The Three Wiggly Worms Bluff by Wendy Greenley

(All stories can be read on the March Madness Finalist Post  http://susannahill.blogspot.com.au/2014/03/the-2014-march-madness-contest-winners.html )
Judging:  entries will be judged by multi-talented, award-winning author/illustrators Iza Trapani, author and illustrator of over 20 gorgeous picture books, and Lisa Thiesing, author and illustrator of at least 16 beautiful and fun picture books and early readers!   Judging criteria to include:


 - is the picture readable to a young audience,
 - how well does it show the character(s) and
 - is the character(s) appealing (character development),
 - does it make you want to read the story,
 - originality
 - skill.

They will narrow down the entrants to 6 finalists  which will be posted  on Thursday May 1 for you to vote on for a winner.  The vote will be closed at 5PM EST on Sunday May 4 and the winner will be announced on Monday May 5. 
 The Three Wiggly Worms Bluff by Wendy Greenley

 

24 comments:

  1. Hi Cecilia,
    Love the expression on the worms face..cute :)

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    1. Thank you Catherine, he went through many redraws. :)

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  2. Who knew a worm could have so much fear and expression!!

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    1. Thank you Lauri. He is a juicy little worm and that beak is sharp.

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  3. Love the expression on the worms face..cute :)

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    2. Thank you ukash al, It was fun to try and make a worm have an expression without being too comical.

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  4. Haha! Great expressions! I love the menacing look on the bird and and the scared face on the worm.

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    1. Thanks Heather. It was a fun story to work with.

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  5. Oh my goodness! That poor little worm certainly looks imperiled! What a great illustration! Thanks so much for joining in the fun!

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  6. The face of doom! Great expression!

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  7. So cute, Cecilia! I love the expression on the worm's face. :-)

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  8. This is great! The bird and the worm both have the perfect expressions!

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    1. they do look like they have a conflict :D thank you Ellen

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  9. I have never seen a cuter worm than this (the bird is adorable too, of course)!

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  10. Nice! You did a great job making each of the three worms unique.

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