We first featured Kingston graduate Amy Brown a few months ago. Since then she has worked for publishers such as JR Books, Penguin, Random House and more recently the cover of the latest Amelia’s Magazine.
‘My illustrations are mainly character based and are drawn using a combination of inks, felt-tips, pencils and paint. At the moment I’m really enjoying paint because I can give my characters proper globby little teeth like badly taxidermically prepared animals.’
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