Think Ink

Technology is great.  There's no argument about that.  It's fantastic full stop (or 'period' if you look to the east for your Atlantic view).  It's truly amazing.  Today they have this device which needs no batteries yet keeps it's image clarity for many hundreds of years and it's hardware never becomes obsolete.  Apparently it's called a 'book' and I think it is something we are going to have consider if we are going to make it in the cut-throat world of children's literature.

To that end we had a minor panic that our old-fashioned digital stuff was going to look pants in print.  You know, all pixelly and depressing.  So in an effort to allay our fears we decided to push the pixels to the paper.  Peering nervously through our hands as we hardly dared to look, the results gradually emerged from our Epson Office BX610FW and...'s fine. 

Now back to work, people, nothing to see here.

Trevor Young

I am currently working through a part time illustration course, as well as working in the film industry as a freelance visual effects compositor (i.e. digitally combining all the elements to create a final effects shot in a feature film).