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    Why Aren’t There More Famous Female Illustrators?

    Why Aren’t There More Famous Female Illustrators?

    Will Terry children’s book illustrator discusses the obvious lack of famous female children’s book illustrators working today. In spite of the mostly female controlled industry we just don’t see the...

    KidLit at HOME

    Featured on KidLit At HOME this WEEK: Karamo Brown Reads "I Am Perfectly Designed" | Bookmarks | Netflix Jr Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag |...
      3 Lies I told Myself As An Artist

      3 Lies I told Myself As An Artist

      Will Terry children’s book illustrator talks about some of the myths he bought into early on in his career as an artist. Being honest in your self talk is one...
        Fan Art, Procreate, and Personal Projects

        Fan Art, Procreate, and Personal Projects

        Will Terry children’s book illustrator talks about his fan art project, how he used procreate to start it – Photoshop to finish it, and why having personal projects are so...
          My Advice to Illustrators and Animators

          My Advice to Illustrators and Animators

          Will Terry, children’s book illustrator, answers our questions about the business of illustration. Should I finish my project? Should I put copyright information on my website? Should I work for...

          Finding Your Demographic

          Terry Dohrty, senior editor and publishing director for an independent house, shares marketing advice for writers and authors. Not all that long ago, I wrote an article about getting started...
            10 Reasons You Will NOT Starve as an Artist!

            10 Reasons You Will NOT Starve as an Artist!

            Everyone thinks that starvation and art go hand in hand. Follow these 10 principles and you will thrive as an artist! Children’s book illustrator Will Terry shares his experience in...

            KidLit Kibbles

            The Carpet People

            The Carpet People
            ...save their people. This is a revised edition of the Terry Pratchett’s original work, which was published in 1971, including updated text, original color and black-and-white illustrations and an exclusive...