Thursday, July 15, 2010

SCBWI TEAM BLOG Pre-Conference Interview: William Low

Our latest TEAM BLOG Annual Summer Conference faculty interview is courtesy of Jaime Temairik who offers part one of her conversation with illustrator William Low on her blog CocoaStomp.

William is offering a Premium Workshop called PUSHING PIXELS: PICTURE BOOK ILLUSTRATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE .

Here's a bit from Jaime's post in which she offers a nice roundup of previous TEAM BLOG interviews with a number of the amazing Summer Conference speakers.

Click here to read the full post.

More great pre-conference interviews popping up all over. Jolie's been talking to Ginger Clark, Arthur Levine. Suzanne's chatted with Rachel Vail. Lee's whooped it up with Paul Fleischman. Alice has gabbed with Jennifer Rees, Francesco Sedita. And Martha Brockenbrough brought down the INTERVIEW HAMMER—Mac Barnett, Rubin Pfeffer, Gennifer Choldenko, Greg Pincus, and Gail Carson Levine.

You've read all about Mac McCool here on CocoaStomp. So it is with great pleasure that I add another name to the pre-conference interview pile of goodness, William Low!

And after reading this, you may think, dang, I wish I could sit in on this workshop series. And the good news is, you still have time to sign up for it! A few spots are left, but they are dwindling fast.

I'll be flying to LA for the conference two weeks from today! I'm looking forward to meeting William and the other faculty members I haven't gotten a chance to meet in person as well as catching up with old friends. (I'm most excited about seeing the awesome TEAM BLOG and bringing conference coverage your way.)

For those of you who would like a taste of William Low's work, check out this video in which he discusses digital illustration and demonstrates techniques.

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