My first children book illustrated project is getting printed!
I collaborated with Bay Area writer Francie Aguilera, and very happy with the result. It was great learning experience for me, creating storyboard and finishing 24 pages with full color illustrations took more then 2 month of everyday work. Also, I worked on design layout and found perfect printing solution. Proof print looks great ! And Francie working hard on getting books to local stores.
You can order book at : https://edwardthewhitegoose.com/
I’m ready for new projects!
I am happy to offer my coloring book #1 featuring a collection of medium and highly detailed line art for advanced colorists. Cats Elephants and Happy Times by San Francisco artist Katia Goa (me) ! Level : intermediate to advanced.
while I’m working on my website you can get book at my etsy store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KatiaGoaArt
14 beautiful line drawings are included in this collection. The book is staple bound. Measures 8.5 x 11. Pages are printed one-sided, meaning each line art has a blank back side. The inside pages are printed on a light-to-medium-weight, bright white, smooth paper that are suitable for all dry media as well as some light wet media applications such as Copic markers and dry brush application of watercolor and acrylics. If you are using wet media, I would recommend that you insert some kind of a buffer sheet under the page you’re working on in order to prevent bleed-through colors from seeping into the next page.
I would be happy to sign this book if you would mention it in the ‘note to seller’ during checkout.
It’s a black and white replicas of my original paintings. You can see examples of my colors at www.katia-goa.com
The 14 line drawings included in this collection are as follows.
• No Name City • Zen Cat • Dreamers • Happy Fields • Polka Dots • Great Escape • This Song is for You • Afternoon Bubbles
• October Cats • Rainbow Bear Dance • Space Cats • Succulent Vibration • Super Bloom • Bear Family Publisher: Katia Goa
Half a year later I found myself by the computer designing the flyer 🙂 first flyer had a fly on it 🙂 haha, it worked.
The Classy October “BadonkaDonk” was the most complicated design, with funny twist from “Classy October” to the surreal class room, I practiced freshly learned digital painting skills using wacom tablet, it worked. Gil really liked it 🙂 Me happy 🙂