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>Hello everyone,
>
>I've agreed (begrudgingly) to illustrating a children's book for a friend
>of mine.  It's been so long since I've done any cartooning and was
>wondering if anyone would have any suggestions or could direct me to some
>helpful reference material.  I've been staring at blank illustration board
>or throwing it across the room in fits of anger since I attempted to
>begin.  I'm near the end of my rope.  Thanks for any assistance or advice
>(other than I shouldn't have agreed to do it).
>
>Joel

Start small and easy. Find a style of illustration you would like to
imitate and start making sketches on tracing paper of just the main
character. You own style will beging to intrude and pretty soon you
will have a starting point!

britt
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