Here’s the finished storybook panel I drew for ChalkFest back in August! Ten local artists were assigned a page from Little Red Riding Hood to illustrate, and there were live readings of the story to groups of kids throughout the day. (My page was actually the cover, hence the title and scene that doesn’t actually occur in the story…)
As soon as the I finished this…it rained. Luckily the festival was two days, so the next morning I was able to make some repairs and get it looking pretty much how it did originally.  (And then, of course, it rained again.)

Here’s the finished storybook panel I drew for ChalkFest back in August! Ten local artists were assigned a page from Little Red Riding Hood to illustrate, and there were live readings of the story to groups of kids throughout the day. (My page was actually the cover, hence the title and scene that doesn’t actually occur in the story…)

As soon as the I finished this…it rained. Luckily the festival was two days, so the next morning I was able to make some repairs and get it looking pretty much how it did originally.  (And then, of course, it rained again.)