I made this gif to celebrate the paperback edition of Hilda and the Runaway Baby. I’ve only just found out you can animate in Photoshop and this is the first animation I’ve made in years. So much fun.
In other Hilda-news, Beijing Cheerful recently published Hilda (and The Girl with the Parrot on her Head) in simplified Chinese!
This is the most complicated print I’ve ever made, it took ten screens and I think it might still need another cat. This is the Runaway Baby’s village, which has chimneys from the Alpujarras.
Here’s one of the spreads I entered in the Macmillan Prize (see Pigs win prizes), there’s another on the Llamas page. I best do some more now.
And here are all the winning and commended Cambridge students with tutors Pam Smy and Martin Salisbury (both on left) at the opening: