And oh, looky here, another coloring page for you guys:
It's in a weird size but that's part of the fun!
As for picture book tips, we had our last day in class and it was amazing seeing all of my classmate's final projects. Along with two finalized illustrations, we submitted a manuscript, cover letter, and dummy for our picture books.
If you're wondering, a dummy is a very rough mockup of your entire picture book. Yellapalooza has a great site that goes into detail about making a proper dummy book. This is what mine ended up looking like:
I spent a little extra money to get it stapled and printed professionally, but some dummies can be as simple as black and white print outs taped back to back. A dummy is basically there to help you get a sense of your book's overall pacing and rhythm (for both the words and the illustrations). I found the process very helpful!
I probably won't be updating until next year, so I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season. See you on the other side folks :)