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    Series: Don Tillman Series
    The Rosie Result Graeme Simsion
    9781925773828 Paperback FICTION / Humorous On Sale Date: May 28, 2019
    $25.50 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.9 in | 386 pages Carton Quantity: 30 Canadian Rights: Y Text Publishing Company
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      Don and Rosie are about to face their most important project.
      Their son, Hudson, is having trouble at school: his teachers say he isn’t fitting in with the other kids, and they'd like Don and Rosie to think about getting an autism assessment. As his parents debate whether a diagnosis might help or hinder, Hudson has his own ideas. Meanwhile, Rosie is battling Judas at work, and Don is in hot water after the Genetics Lecture Outrage. The life-contentment graph, recently at its highest point, is curving downwards.
      For Don Tillman, geneticist and World’s Best Problem-Solver, learning to be a good parent as well as a good partner will require the help of friends old and new. It will mean letting Hudson make his way in the world, and grappling with awkward truths about his own identity.
      And opening a cocktail bar.

      Bio

      Graeme Simsion is an Australian novelist and screenwriter. His debut,The Rosie Project has sold over three million copies worldwide. The sequel,The Rosie Effect, is also a bestseller, with worldwide sales of more than a million copies. Graeme’s screenplay forThe Rosie Project is in development with Sony Pictures andThe Best of Adam Sharp is in development with Toni Collette’s Vocab Films. Graeme’s latest novel isTwo Steps Forward, (Oct, 2017) co-written with his wife, Anne Buist.

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    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Waverton Good Reads Award [The Rosie Project] 2014, Short-listed
      Indie Book Awards 2015, Short-listed
      International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2015, Long-listed
      Nielsen BookData Booksellers Choice Award 2015, Short-listed
      The Indie Awards [The Rosie Effect] 2014, Short-listed
      ABA Nielsen BookData Booksellers Choice Award [The Rosie Effect] 2014, Short-listed
      Book Industry Awards, Book of the Year [The Rosie Project] 2014, Winner
      Australian Book Industry General Fiction Award [The Rosie Effect] 2015, Short-listed
      Reviews

      “Simsion returns to comic form seamlessly, pitting Don against his greatest challenge: parenting. Hudson is Don in miniature with a double helping of Rosie's sass, and whether the two are butting heads or joining forces, hilarity ensues…A meditation on parenting in our times, an indictment of discrimination and a fond farewell to a one-of-a-kind character,The Rosie Result will make readers fall in love with the series all over again.”—Shelf Awareness

      "This is fiction as good as it gets, truly taking you into another world—and laugh-out-loud funny as well."—Nicholas Kristof,New York Times newsletter

      “Entertaining and thought-provoking,The Rosie Result is the emotionally raw conclusion to an endearing series, and it will surely leave readers satisfied.”—BookTrib.com

      “Simsion is, as ever, funny without unfairly poking fun, and deeply empathetic toward the flaws and weirdness that everyone carries inside. Charming, eloquent, and insightful,The Rosie Result is a triumphant conclusion to Don’s story, one that celebrates this remarkable father, husband, and friend in all his complexity and brilliance.”—Booklist [starred]

      "Don’s voice is particular—his intelligence extraordinary—and he is oblivious of how funny he is. His relationships with others are unique and excellently written…AlthoughThe Rosie Result centers on Hudson and Don, each character in it transforms in their own way… Simsion’s novel depicts autism in such unremarkable ways that its story becomes remarkable in the telling."—Foreword Reviews

      “[V]ery much a charmer... with everything coming to a proper close. A fitting end to this delightful trilogy that doesn't pull punches.”—Kirkus

      “Simsion hits just the right balance between serious literary exploration of social issues and the delightfully humorous (mis)adventures of an unusual but good-intentioned modern family."—New York Journal of Books

      "‘A whimsical tale of devoted, if rather unorthodox, parenting… Fans will find this sensitive and sometimes humorous look at Don’s relationship with his son to be the ideal ending to the trilogy."—Publishers Weekly

      “It’s not hard to see why the Rosie novels have been welcomed by the autism community…Simsion’s message of inclusiveness and embracing differences is lovely….In the end,The Rosie Result is about learning to be comfortable with who you are.”—NPR.org

      “What is normal, and who among us gets to decide what is? Or is it enough to simply be comfortable in one’s own skin? These are the heavy questions at the crux of this lighthearted book about identity….a fitting conclusion to a trilogy that explores the human condition in a uniquely nuanced way.”—San Francisco Chronicle

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    Series: Don Tillman Series
    The Rosie Result Graeme Simsion
    9781925773811 Hardcover FICTION / Humorous On Sale Date: June 04, 2019
    $40.50 CAD 6 x 9 x 1.09 in | 386 pages Carton Quantity: 16 Canadian Rights: Y Text Publishing Company
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      Don Tillman and Rosie Jarman are about to face their most important challenge.
      Their eleven-year-old son, Hudson, is struggling at school: he’s socially awkward and not fitting in. Don’s spent a lifetime trying to fit in—so who better to teach Hudson the skills he needs?
      The Hudson Project will require the help of friends old and new, force Don and Rosie to decide how much to guide Hudson, and raise some significant questions about Don’s own identity.
      Meanwhile, there is the Genetics Lecture Outrage, Rosie’s troubles at work, Don’s estrangement from his best friend Gene… And opening the world’s best cocktail bar.
      Hilarious and thought-provoking, with a brilliant cast of characters,The Rosie Result is the triumphant final installment of the internationally bestselling Don Tillman trilogy.

      Bio

      Graeme Simsion is an Australian novelist and screenwriter. His debut,The Rosie Project has sold over three million copies worldwide. The sequel,The Rosie Effect, is also a bestseller, with worldwide sales of more than a million copies. Graeme’s screenplay forThe Rosie Project is in development with Sony Pictures andThe Best of Adam Sharp is in development with Toni Collette’s Vocab Films. Graeme’s latest novel isTwo Steps Forward, (Oct, 2017) co-written with his wife, Anne Buist.

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    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      ABA Nielsen BookData Booksellers Choice Award [The Rosie Effect] 2014, Short-listed
      International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2015, Long-listed
      Indie Book Awards 2015, Short-listed
      Nielsen BookData Booksellers Choice Award 2015, Short-listed
      The Indie Awards [The Rosie Effect] 2014, Short-listed
      Australian Book Industry General Fiction Award [The Rosie Effect] 2015, Short-listed
      Book Industry Awards, Book of the Year [The Rosie Project] 2014, Winner
      Waverton Good Reads Award [The Rosie Project] 2014, Short-listed
      Reviews

      “Simsion returns to comic form seamlessly, pitting Don against his greatest challenge: parenting. Hudson is Don in miniature with a double helping of Rosie's sass, and whether the two are butting heads or joining forces, hilarity ensues…A meditation on parenting in our times, an indictment of discrimination and a fond farewell to a one-of-a-kind character,The Rosie Result will make readers fall in love with the series all over again.”—Shelf Awareness

      "This is fiction as good as it gets, truly taking you into another world—and laugh-out-loud funny as well."—Nicholas Kristof,New York Times newsletter

      “Entertaining and thought-provoking,The Rosie Result is the emotionally raw conclusion to an endearing series, and it will surely leave readers satisfied.”—BookTrib.com

      “Simsion is, as ever, funny without unfairly poking fun, and deeply empathetic toward the flaws and weirdness that everyone carries inside. Charming, eloquent, and insightful,The Rosie Result is a triumphant conclusion to Don’s story, one that celebrates this remarkable father, husband, and friend in all his complexity and brilliance.”—Booklist [starred]

      "Don’s voice is particular—his intelligence extraordinary—and he is oblivious of how funny he is. His relationships with others are unique and excellently written…AlthoughThe Rosie Result centers on Hudson and Don, each character in it transforms in their own way… Simsion’s novel depicts autism in such unremarkable ways that its story becomes remarkable in the telling."—Foreword Reviews

      “[V]ery much a charmer... with everything coming to a proper close. A fitting end to this delightful trilogy that doesn't pull punches.”—Kirkus

      “Simsion hits just the right balance between serious literary exploration of social issues and the delightfully humorous (mis)adventures of an unusual but good-intentioned modern family."—New York Journal of Books

      "‘A whimsical tale of devoted, if rather unorthodox, parenting… Fans will find this sensitive and sometimes humorous look at Don’s relationship with his son to be the ideal ending to the trilogy."—Publishers Weekly

      “It’s not hard to see why the Rosie novels have been welcomed by the autism community…Simsion’s message of inclusiveness and embracing differences is lovely….In the end, The Rosie Result is about learning to be comfortable with who you are.”—NPR.org

      “What is normal, and who among us gets to decide what is? Or is it enough to simply be comfortable in one’s own skin? These are the heavy questions at the crux of this lighthearted book about identity….a fitting conclusion to a trilogy that explores the human condition in a uniquely nuanced way.”—San Francisco Chronicle

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    Grand Electric Thought Power Mother Lale Westvind, Kim Jooha
    9781937541507 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Contemporary Women On Sale Date: September 11, 2020
    $37.50 CAD 6 x 8.2 x 0 in | 272 pages Carton Quantity: 48 Canadian Rights: Y 2dcloud
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      Description
      Grand Electric Thought Power Mother is a collection of Lale Westvind's critically acclaimed risograph comics, available for major distribution for the first time, with new work. This highly influential body of work is comprised of epic stories with spiritual themes and a feminist bent. Poetic and intellectual, the content explores the line between thoughts and reality and perception, the nature of energy and consciousness, collective consciousness and experience, and how will and intent can create collective action. It all plays out in narratives of women warriors literally battling and wrestling through these states and concepts against science fiction, mythological and psychic backdrops. Muscular women warriors fill the pages with their energy, power, speed, force, gravity, and weight. This powerful collection fills a space for physically and psychologically strong female characters that is rarely occupied in our culture or comics as a whole. The artwork includes paintings, drawings and illustrated renderings of stills taken from Westvind's video work, primarily in black and white, with cover art and some interior panels in three colors. Comics included in this collection: Now and Here, Other Way, Trial One, Tornar and Riparna; Double Head Tour, Yazar and Arkadas, and Mary. This is the birthing of an entire cast of truly original characters, the likes of which Marvel and DC have not imagined. These are stories which are queer in their essence. They seekto describe that which does not exist yet. Within these tales are countless new technologies, philosophies, creatures and beings; A treasure trove of new ideas. The author sought to explore the idea that thought has an effect on one's surroundings. To explore the beginning of the cosmos. Thought as a force unto itself. Intention as a force of energy to be controlled. Grand Electric Thought Power Mother reads like the found spiritual scripture of an alien world.
      Bio
      Author Lale Westvind is an artist living in Philadelphia. She is an Ignatz Award winner and one of the most critically acclaimed contemporary comics artists, known for her risograph comics, paintings and drawings. Her work has been compared to that of Jack Kirby and Fletcher Hanks. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has been published in Best American Comics, Kramer's Ergot, Smoke Signal, Arthur, Strapazin, and others. Westvind won theIgnatz Award for Promising New Talent in 2012 for Hot Dog Beach #2 and was nominated for the Ignatz Award for Outstanding Comic in 2012 and 2013. Editor Kim Jooha is a comics critic and editor, living in Canada. She writes for the Comics Journal and her own blog, Good Comics by Kim. She co-edited 2018's Vanishing Perspective by Alexis Beauclair with Bill Kartalopolous.
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      "Lale’s work is so strong that it can be used to sell the idea of comics in general. It summarizes the vanguard at this exact moment in time, even as it’s basically ahead of the curve, and waiting for the rest of the world to catch up, with its advancement of the Kirby-to-Panter lineage to herald the female future the more optimistic have been prophesying. " -Brian Nicholson, Long Box Coffin "Bow down before Lale Westvind, Queen of Comics" -Gabe Fowler of Desert Island via Twitter. "Westvind’s work has an intense physicality and her comics are breathtaking in their scope, power, and drama." -Alex Hoffman, Sequential State "Westvind's comics are a genre of their own... with their recurring suggestions and an experimental attitude crossing storytelling and drawings to the point of transforming facts into metaphysical elements." -Gabriele di fazio, Just Indie Comics "It's an easily achievable pleasure to get lost in the world of Lale Westvind's comics. The expansive quality of her sprawling intergalactic terrain ranges from the outer limits of the cosmos to the inner-workings of the mind....Her characters and readers alike may sense they are bushwhacking through infinity, and that's kind of the point." -Karen Peltier, The Comics Journal "Her ability to bring a erratic charm combined with raw rock and roll energy to the comics page is unmatched." -Lumpen
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    Copy Kitty Kyung Me
    9781937541491 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Contemporary Women On Sale Date: January 17, 2020
    $29.50 CAD 12 x 8 x 0 in | 56 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y 2dcloud
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      This adult picture book is comprised of Intricate, surreal graphite illustrations that tell the tale of obsessive love and longing and the maddening self-inflicted contortions of identity endured to fit perceived expectations and norms. The format presents each illustration alternating with a blank page. Filled with Korean cultural references, Looney Tunes and 50s references, Copy Kitty is a based on a series of illustrations Me exhibited at galleries in NY with strong critical acclaim.Copy Kitty explores themes of identity, belonging and love through a cat who painfully and continually reinvents itself in pursuit of adoration and an an elusive ideal. Autobiographically driven, the narrative strikes a chord through common experiences conveyed authentically, with sharp perspective and deep reflection on the self-destructive consequences of perceived ideals and sublimation of identity.
      Bio
      Kyung Me is an artist and illustrator living in New York. She holds an MFA in painting from Yale School of Art and has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in NY and area galleries over the last few years. She is best known for her series of illustrations and debut graphic novel, Bad Korean, critically acclaimed by Vice, Huffington Post and Hyperallergic. Me has evolved her style and has come to be known for her intricate graphite illustrations, filled with cultural references, and for her poignant, autobiographically-based narratives encompassing themes of identity, acceptance, belonging and love. In 2018, work from Copy Kitty was featured in Artspace, having been selected on the favorites list from the the New York NADA preview by prominent collectors Susan and Michael Hort.
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      Reviews of Copy Kitty: --"Each drawing in this series took 20 hours, and is full of references to Korean art, Looney Tunes, and 1950s illustrations. While it’s a surreal tale, the universally relatable themes of identity and acceptance allow the viewer to easily digest Kyung Me’s elaborately detailed, black and white drawings, and the ideas present sit close to home." -- Rebecca Fulleylove, It's Nice That, 2017 Reviews of Bad Korean: "Kyung Me’s drawings, rendered in colored pencil and pastel on paper, show flattened visions of everyday life in New York â?? images of being optimistic and confused and gross and lonely and lost and hungry and in love. The series, despite what the title may suggest, is meant to appeal to a far broader audience than Korean women â?? anyone who’s ever felt out of place, out of whack or out of control will feel for Kyung Me’s alter ego. Kyung Me’s drawings, rendered in colored pencil and pastel on paper, show flattened visions ofeveryday life in New York â?? images of being optimistic and confused and gross and lonely and lost and hungry and in love. The series, despite what the title may suggest, is meant to appeal to a far broader audience than Korean women â?? anyone who’s ever felt out of place, out of whack or out of control will feel for Kyung Me’s alter ego." -- Priscilla Frank, The Huffington Post, 2016 --"Korean artist Kyung Me turns to frustration and dramatics in her depiction of day-to-day life, deftly hinting at deeper themes behind her artwork of meme-ish, decidedly pissed-off faces. The East Coast artist will hold her first solo show in New York this fall, in which she’ll present a wide range of personal pencil and marker drawings contained in BAD KOREAN, a narrative-based picture book." -- Diana Shi, VICE, 2016 -- "In the age of social media, most have at least dabbled in public self-documentation of their personal lives, though few dare to be as openly unflattering — and deeplyrevealing — as Kyung Me. Her current solo exhibition at MILLER on the Lower East Side presents a selection of drawings from her daily journal, a loosely chronological narrative of one second-generation Korean American woman’s experience of navigating life in New York. Interwoven with moments of dry humor, Kyung Me’s adventures include iffy relationships and internal conflicts that produce all-too-relatable feelings of malaise, alienation, and self-loathing." -- Danielle Wu, Hyperallergic,2016
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    Creating Characters for the Entertainment Industry Develop Spectacular Designs from Basic Concepts 3dtotal Publishing, Kenneth Anderson
    9781909414860 Paperback ART / Subjects & Themes On Sale Date: November 01, 2019
    $74.95 CAD 8.3 x 10.2 x 0.94 in | 304 pages Carton Quantity: 10 Canadian Rights: Y 3DTotal Publishing
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      Creating Professional Characters: Develop Spectacular Designs from Basic Concepts is an inspiring and informative exploration of how popular professional character designers take the basic concept of a character in a production brief and develop these ideas into an original, high-quality design. Suitable for student and professional character designers alike, this book focuses on how to approach your character designs in ways that ensure the target audience and production needs are metwhile still creating fun, imaginative characters. This visually appealing book includes twenty thorough tutorials guiding you through the design and decision making processes used to create awesome characters. Replicating the processes used in professional practice today, this book demonstrates the types of brief a professional designer might receive, the iterative design process used to explore the brief, the influence of production feedback on the final design, and how final designs are presented to clients. This detailed, enlightening book is an excellent guide to creating incredible imaginative characters suitable for your future professional projects.
      Bio
      Kenneth Anderson is a professional freelance character designer with over a decade of experience working on video game, animation, and illustration productions. His past clients include Nick Jr., BBC Ceebeebies, and Disney Interactive. Kenneth is currently Lead Character Designer at Brown Bag films and his work recently featured on the cover of ImagineFX magazine.
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    Series: 3dtotal Illustrator Series
    Sketch with Asia Manga-inspired Art and Tutorials by Asia Ladowska Asia Ladowska, 3dtotal Publishing
    9781909414662 Hardcover ART / Asian On Sale Date: June 07, 2019
    $52.50 CAD 7.5 x 10.2 x 0.76 in | 168 pages Carton Quantity: 12 Canadian Rights: Y 3DTotal Publishing
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      Sketch with Asia is the first major publication from online manga-inspired art phenomenon, Asia Ladowska. Asia blends her talent for hyper-realism with her passion for manga, creating the distinctive artistic style she is well-loved and recognized for. Further to her regular and inspirational #SketchwithAsia challenge on Instagram (where she has over 900k followers), now explore this beautifully presented 168 page art book to discover an even more detailed exploration of Asia’s processes as she creates her art. From faces and expressions, to hair, hands, and more, learn how she draws both traditionally or digitally, and how she so successfully employs colored markers and pencils to complete her art. The fascinating book also includes a collection of Asia's finished artwork, including exciting pieces created especially for this publication. Presented in an entertaining and easy-to-read way, this book is a unique resource for fans of manga, for fans of Asia herself, and for any aspiring artist sharing their art in a modern world.
      Bio
      Asia Ladowska is an artist and designer from Poland currently living in the UK, who is well known for her Manga style art. In the last three years Asia has built up a huge following across social media and a solid reputation amongst peers for the standard of her artwork. She is on the 2018 judging panel for the prestigious animation industry awards, The Rookies, and can be found further encouraging budding artists each week on Instagram, with her popular #sketchwithasia challenges.
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    Gather & Nourish Artisan Foods - The Search for Sustainability and Well-being in a Modern World Canopy Press
    9781909414853 Hardcover NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection On Sale Date: January 10, 2020
    $49.50 CAD 6.5 x 9.8 x 0 in | 312 pages Carton Quantity: 10 Canadian Rights: Y Canopy Press
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      Food is not just a way to fill our stomachs but is representative of the culture and time we live in. It tells a story and can act as a catalyst for social engagement. As the impact of mass food production on the environment becomes ever more apparent, movements advocating organic farming and local, small-scale food production are finally receiving an ear. The appeal of exotic, imported foods is fast becoming less popular than a preference for being able to meet the producer and quicklyfind out the processes and supply chain involved. Gather & Nourish presents a chance for you to meet some of those makers and discover more about how they cultivated their business and why they believe ethically sourced and produced food is important. A smorgasbord of artisans – including a beekeeper, a distiller, a dairy farmer, and a winemaker – enthusiastically share their appetite for food and creativity while offering an insightful and tasty slice of the world of urban agriculture, small-scale farming, and sustainable living.
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    Series: Sketching from the Imagination
    Sketching from the Imagination: Creatures & Monsters 3dtotal Publishing
    9781909414877 Paperback ART / Techniques On Sale Date: July 05, 2019
    $49.50 CAD 8.3 x 9.11 x 0.95 in | 320 pages Carton Quantity: 10 Canadian Rights: Y 3DTotal Publishing
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      In this inspiring addition to the popular Sketching from the Imagination series, we invite readers to explore the works of fifty artists from across the field of creature design. From magical and mythical beasts to aliens and mutant monsters, each page comes alive with wild and wonderful creations in a range of styles and mediums. Each artist offers their personal commentary, advice, and tips on drawing techniques and concept design processes, making Sketching from the Imagination: Monsters & Creatures a rich and exciting volume for any reader, whether they’re looking for an intriguing menagerie of artwork to browse, or for artistic and professional insights by a wide range of talented and imaginative creators.
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    Series: 3dtotal Illustrator Series
    Sparks: The Art of Pernille Orum Pernille Orum, 3dtotal Publishing, John Musker
    9781909414884 Hardcover ART / Digital On Sale Date: July 12, 2019
    $52.50 CAD 1.11 x 1.11 x 0 in | 152 pages Carton Quantity: 1 Canadian Rights: Y 3dtotal Publishing
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      Delve inside this beautifully presented artist showcase filled with the works and useful advice from popular visual artist Pernille Ã?rum. Pernille is well-known and respected in the animation industry, having worked for clients such as Disney Publishing, Nickelodeon Jr., Mattel, DreamWorks, and she was the Lead Character Designer on Warner Brothers’ DC Superhero Girls. In this colorful and vibrant, hardback art book, Pernille shares her artwork over the years, starting with some of her earliest drawings; sharing her progression through various forms of education. She also shares her workspace and favorite tools, and offers an abundance of advice to anyone wishing to break into the animation industry themselves - with tutorials on useful business concerns such as how to approach a character design, and a detailed look at the processes she uses for creating her edgy, bright drawings. With the combined content of Pernille’s best works, including art that she has created especially for the book; career advice and tutorials; and a foreword from Disney legend, John Musker (Co-Director of Moana, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid) this is undoubtedly a book that any budding animator should reserve space on their bookshelf for.
      Bio
      Pernille Ã?rum is a freelance illustrator and visual artist living in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has a degree in Character Animation from The Animation Workshop. Her clients include Disney Publishing, Nickelodeon Jr., Mattel, DreamWorks and she was the Lead Character Designer on Warner Brothers’ DC Superhero Girls. Pernille has published two books previously: Blush and Coral, the latter has a foreword from American filmmaker, Kevin Smith (Mallrats, Clerks).
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    9781909414785 Paperback ART / Digital On Sale Date: May 31, 2019
    $23.95 CAD 8.24 x 10.48 x 0.33 in | 104 pages Carton Quantity: 15 Canadian Rights: Y 3DTotal Publishing
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      Character Design Quarterly (CDQ) is a lively, creative magazine bringing inspiration, expert insights, and leading techniques from professional illustrators, artists, and character art enthusiasts worldwide. Each issue provides detailed tutorials on creating diverse characters enabling you to explore the processes and decision making that go into creating amazing characters. Learn new ways to develop your own ideas, and discover from the artists what it is like to work for top studios such as Disney, Warner Bros., and DreamWorks. Produced to a very high standard, Character Design Quarterly is a great source of inspiration that can be kept and referred to throughout your future character design endeavors. Popular character designers from around the world share their work and years of experience through illuminating interviews and features, while short tips articles provide refreshing training in tackling key aspects of creating involving and imaginative characters. Every issue of Character Design Quarterly brings an entertaining installment of inspiration and information about this wide-ranging, growing field of creativity.
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