Today my target is to get loads of cutting out done, and maybe start putting pages together! I achieved some of this, i illustrated and cut out all the the ingredients for the pesto pasta recipe and started making the pages, however i didint like the layout and how i wrote stright on the the… Continue reading Todays target 1
These are a couple of ideas for my front cover, i dont want it to be over crowded and the title needs to be the main focus! I prefer the second images, i think the book will work better portrait and i think the title is quite fun, rather than directly saying its a recipe… Continue reading Layout and title experimentation
I drew out a few ideas for the typography for my book, i think i want to use the top type as its bold and easy to read, but not to simple, im going to cut out all the letters and stick them in my book to give it a morr detailed effect.
I’ve experimented with style to see if i can step out of my comfort zone. This style is very colourful and appealing to the eye, however is to messy and big for my book, i want the style to be more delicate.
At first I wanted to my target audience to be children as there not a massive range of vegan cook books for kids, however with the idea i have in mind for the outcome of the book i think i would be better suited for a an older/ mature audience ( young adult ). I’ve… Continue reading Target Audience
Alice’s unique style of typography bounces off the page along side her illustrations, drawing the audience in. Her work has a home-made feel to it which I could emulate within the pages of my recipe book; the idea of a home-made style of illustration makes sense when paired with context such as cooking. The unsymmetrical,… Continue reading Alice Kammerlander