The book is illustrated.
It was a tough proposition. Though I was a graduate of Concordia University’s Studio Fine Arts program, I hadn’t drawn with any real purpose for years.
So, I had to embark on a journey to find a style that would work for the book and myself.
One of the most difficult aspects was consistency. Could I draw in a manner that would make all the images in the book look like they belonged together.
To that end, I had to try on different illustration techniques.
Melissa, bless her soul. Made several trips to Opus to buy me various pen nibs.
I’m still not sure if I’ve found one that suits me.