Speaking of illustration:

Firstly, please can you tell me how ‘Inkymole’ came about?

Please could you talk to us about what is it like to work as an illustrator and some of your responsibilities?

What are some of the skills you need to be a successful illustrator?

Please can you tell us about some projects that you have worked on that have been really memorable and why?

What are some of the main challenges of being an illustrator?

What advice do you have for aspiring young illustrators?

Are there any misconceptions about illustration and what would you say to address them?

How has technology advanced throughout your career and do you think it has created more opportunities for illustrators?

What inspires you to be creative?

What do you do if you are having a bit of a creative block?

~ My two favourite Student Questions ~

Have you ever had to deal with copying, infringement or plagiarism?

What do you see as the future for art and illustration in relation to technology and AI?

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Artist + illustrator of over 800 books and owner of the same amount of pens. Enough to write you a picture AND paint you a story. inkymole.com / inkstagram.ink

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Artist + illustrator of over 800 books and owner of the same amount of pens. Enough to write you a picture AND paint you a story. inkymole.com / inkstagram.ink

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