Bailey Devlin Part 3

Bailey Devlin is the heroine of the new “chick lit” series of books by USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Forster. I designed this series of books using some stock illustration elements to establish a consistent look across three books in a series. These covers were designed for ebook formats available at Amazon.com and SmashWords. Print versions of this series will also be available on Amazon.com via CreateSpace. This is the third installment of the series and there is some variation in the color from print to digital versions due to the limitation of the CMYK color space.

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The Bailey Saga Continues

Bailey Devlin is the heroine of the new “chick lit” series of books by USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Forster. I designed this series of books using some stock illustration elements to establish a consistent look across three books in a series. These covers were designed for ebook formats available at Amazon.com and SmashWords. Print versions of this series will also be available on Amazon.com via CreateSpace. This is the second installment of the series.

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Introducing Bailey Devlin

Bailey Devlin is the heroine of the new “chick lit” series of books by USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Forster. I designed this series of books using some stock illustration elements to establish a consistent look across three books in a series. These covers were designed for ebook formats available at Amazon.com and SmashWords. Print versions of this series will also be available on Amazon.com via CreateSpace. This is the first installment of the series.

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Blockbuster Caricatures

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As the Summer movie season comes to a close, I wanted to share the templates I created for the Regal Foundation caricatures my students and I did for charity. I illustrated the background and figures (minus the head) with brush pen and felt tip pens. Once we copied these templates all we had to do was sketch and ink the head to resemble whomever requested the caricature.