The #ConsiderYourEnd Fan Art Contest inspired artists to create incredible work using scenes from my book, Consider. Thank you to all the artists who participated in the contest; the talent was overwhelming.
The winners were announced on social media on April 4. As one of the first place prizes, the winner receives a special feature on my website. So here it is!
First Place SHOWCASE: Meet the artist
Amazing, right? Out of all the submissions, RIOT truly captures Alex’s (the main character) emotions and anxiety amid the chaos surrounding her. I can’t get enough.
Catherine “Cat” Scully is an illustrator, writer, motion design student, and freelance editor. As illustrator, she has worked on concept art for film, world maps and chapter headings for books, and storyboards for broadcast. She is best known for her world maps in Winterspell by Claire Legrand, her forthcoming maps in 2016 include Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova, and the Seven Forges series by James A. Moore. She is currently a motion design student at the ANVEL in Atlanta, GA, where she is lucky enough to learn motion graphics with a fabulous crew of people. Cat loves drumming, Evil Dead, campy B-movies, classic movie monsters, Sailor Moon, yoga, cooking, and firmly believes she would be sorted into both the Ravenclaw and Slytherin houses. Cat is represented by Lane Heymont of the Seymour Agency and is a member of AIGA and the Horror Writers Association, where she acts as the YA Editor. Check out her website, and follow her on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram.
I spoke to Cat about her process in creating this winner masterpiece. She said she “dropped the sketch in Corel painter and speed painted it in about three hours” and the sketch “took maybe 20 minutes.” Even better, she saved images of her work in stages and was willing to share them with me. I LOVE THIS.
Now even though only first place was supposed to be showcased on my author website, I can’t help but at least list all the other winners with their works below.
I mean, check these out…
Which one is your favorite?