I've been experimenting on my own personal illustration work, while getting my MFA in Illustration. I decided to use some of my illustrations to make a free downloadable PDF for a bookmark and book plates. If you have little ones or for yourself feel free to download and cut them out.
Please do not resell or distribute. All rights belong Nancy Miller Illustration. Thank you!
I'm into season 6 of my podcast interviewing creatives and how and why they create their art. I decided this season should focus on animation. Though I struggled dearly with creating works for my animation class I had so many supportive and friendly classmates in my animation class. Here's the list of accomplished people and I'll be making a recap at the end of what I learned. I seem to get a lot more listens when I do that. I would normally do separate posts for each person, but I'm short of time and have been super busy with personal and side projects. There seems to never been enough time in a day or week for that matter. Really lovely group of people and I hope you'll take the time to listen and check out their work on their sites. Links have been provided below. Thanks for everyone's support and listens to the podcast please like and subscribe! I'm nearing close to 3,000 listens.
June 06 6.01 Nino or Xinyi Cao @blanknk5512, Illustrator
June 13 6.02 Morgan Holub @moholub, Animator and Storyteller
June 20 6.03 Robin Mallory @rgmallo, Painter and Illustrator
June 27 6.04 Casandra Brewton-Johnson Animator and ASIFA-South
July 04 6.05 Avery Kasper, @averykasper_art Painter and Teacher
July 11 6.06 Mónica Rodríguez @lisse_srm, Animator
July 25 6.08 Nick Gottswinter, @nickolas_gottswinter, Animator
Aug 01 6.09 Roger Miller @r_edgar_hoover, Animator
Aug 15 6.11 Jeffrey Yu, Concept Artist and ASIFA-South and Ginger Tontaveetong, Animator and ASIFA-South