Friday, June 30, 2017

Dogs, dogs, dogs

   Sketching dogs.  Just because. 

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Portfolio for Website

Taking some time to create a portfolio for my website. 

Monday, January 30, 2017

A Monster and his Huggy Bear

Lucy's Monster came to life, in real life too.  With his huggy bear, of course.

First Monster came out of Lucy's drawing.  Now he is out of the book altogether.  

All together!

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Korean Copies

 A happy package this morning:  copies of ZIG in Korean. 

So this must be my name.  So pretty:

This is my favorite detail.  How well they duplicated my hand-drawn lettering.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Lucy and her Bunny

Played with clay over the weekend.  
Result: Lucy and her bunny (from GO TO BED, MONSTER).
And a renewed admiration for people who work in 3D.  


Friday, December 4, 2015

Zig in Korean!

How cool is that!  The type is so pretty with all these little circles.  Plus the hand-drawn text is exquisitely rendered.  Now I wish I could hear someone read it in Korean... 

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ZIG reviewed in the NY Times!!!!!

What an incredible surprise today:  Zig is included in the 
NY Times Sunday Book Review.  
I sure got MY magic umbrella today!

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    CreditFrom "Zig and the Magic Umbrella"
    Zig and the Magic Umbrella
    Written and illustrated by Sylvie Kantorovitz
    Kantorovitz (“The Very Tiny Baby”) takes an umbrella — to a small child, a totally compelling and even magical object — and plays it for all it’s worth. Her Zig is an unusual, blurry-lined creature, blue all over with a rectangular nose and two mushroom-like protrusions on his head. He looks just right holding an umbrella painted in shades of red with squiggly brush strokes. It takes Zig on a journey through the sky and into a zany forest of crazily patterned blue, red and gray trees that look like lollipops, where he joins forces with a sweet yellow bird. By the end of this strangely satisfying book, Zig has used the umbrella in every conceivable way — as a bridge, a hook, a boat, a sword and a lever.
    32 pp. Dial Books. $16.99. (Picture book; ages 2 to 7)