Saturday, April 19, 2008

Patrick Sheehan


Patrick Sheehan
617 968 1865
patricksheehanillustration@yahoo.com

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Superb technique, it would help to know what the narrative is, or story line. That's the trick in getting an illustration past an editor. But good start!

Rob Saunders

Anonymous said...

Looks promising. I'd like to see more work from Patrick. His work seems perfect for fables, tales, etc.

~Ingrid Cooper/AARTPACK

Anonymous said...

great for book illustration. good luck!

Anonymous said...

Nice interpretation of Baba Yaga. I like the play of warms/cools, but if the light is coming from between the background trees, wouldn't we see cools on the "front" of the chicken-legged hut, more cools on the left of Baba Yaga (her right side), and some warms on the roses and trees on the right? As is, I lose a little definition of Baba Yaga's figure in the "glow"... but it's a nice piece!

raquelhsousa said...

I wish I was working on a fairy tale story right now! Your work has a lot of potential!