William and Sunny the dog have always been best friends. They do everything together.
Until one day when William gets some sad news about his beloved dog.
Join William as he learns what it means to lose something he loves and how he celebrates the memory of his special pet.
The third of three beautifully written stories, by Nikki Piper, with fantastic, engaging and sympathetic illustrations by ‘Rushton’ (represented by ‘The Big Red Illustration Agency’).
Now on sale at both Waterstones and Amazon.co.uk
….and here’s the feedback from the client:
“I found The Big Red Illustration Agency online and knew instantly that I wanted Adam to illustrate my ‘William Finds’ books. I am so pleased that he agreed to breathe life into my stories and am absolutely thrilled with the final outcome.
The whole process of working with Adam has been an absolute joy. He listened carefully to what I wanted and we communicated frequently via email and through telephone conversations. Adam ensured he was clear on what I wanted and always double-checked his pencil drawings with me before starting to colour in. He was patient when I needed a bit more time to make a decision and used his initiative when overcoming problems.
I found the pricing of each illustration to be fair. Adam was prompt to produce the final product but never to the detriment of a drawing and it is obvious that he always puts maximum effort into each page.
The illustrations for the ‘William Finds’ collection are truly beautiful. Children are immediately drawn to the appealing colours and the images match the gentle message in each story.
Overall, Adam has been really enthusiastic and supportive throughout the whole project. He has been the most amazing person to work with and I won’t hesitate to work with Adam again if the opportunity arises.
…Adam, you have taken my meagre pencil sketches and turned them into such beautiful illustrations – the way you have brought William’s world to life is remarkable and exactly what I had in my head, no, it’s even better!! Thank you so much.”
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