Designing OggNovember 10th, 2019
Author and Illustrator Tom Tinn-Disbury gave us a glimpse at some early concept art work for his latest book The Caveman Next Door.
The very first EVER doodle of Ogg and the title (which changed).
Some other early Ogg doodles, with varying levels of hair!
This is the development process of my favourite spread from the really early to what it is now.
The Caveman Next DoorAUTHOR : Tom Tinn-DisburyILLUSTRATOR : Tom Tinn-DisburyTrying to fit into the modern world when you are a caveman isn't easy. Ogg always seems to get things wrong, with hilarious results. Poor Ogg, he just wants to fit in. Luckily he has his best friend Penny to help him.
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