If you’d like to submit a drawing, you have two options.
1) Email a scan of it to firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Mail it to:
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Nashville, TN 37205
We’ll do our best to post it here.
(CLICK THE PICTURES TO ZOOM IN. THE GENIUS IS IN THE DETAILS.)
These are all the submissions for the Clovenfast art contest, hosted by illustrator Joe Sutphin on Instagram. These drawings are amazing, and I love imagining all these critters hanging around in Clovenfast when Janner and Kal show up. Great work, folks! If you want to see who drew each pictures, just head to Instagram and do a search for #Clovenfast. Thanks, folks!
Has it really been seven months since I’ve updated these pictures? Inexcusable. I’ve had so many horrifying drawings sent I’ve scarcely gotten any sleep. Some of the drawings aren’t so scary, but they remind me of the desperate plight of the Igiby children and send me into an emotional tailspin. Enough of my talk. Here are the latest pictures, from Sharon Brewer’s elementary school students in Jonesboro, Georgia. (As always, click the picture to zoom in on the terrors thereof.)
Thwaps! People ask me quite often what I imagine a thwap looks like, but I’m not sure. Until I sit down and draw one (which I haven’t), the details are fuzzy (ha). The best answer is, I picture an angry squirrel. What could be more terrifying than that? Danielle, a 14 year-old from Missouri just sent in her version. I like it. I’m partial to the teeth.
I just got this picture in the mail from Preston in Michigan, an 11 year-old budding artist with impeccable taste in literature. Great work, Preston. Hope you like North! Or Be Eaten–which releases in less than three weeks.
Here are some pictures from my visit to Omaha earlier this year. Thanks to all the teachers, students, and supporters who made the trip so special for me.
Pictures from Miss Robb’s 4th grade class in Charlotte, NC: