ILLUSTRATE the Story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears
• Create 2-3 final illustrations. (but at least 1 full spread)
• Break up the text anyway you want, but you may not alter the actual text (ie. change the words)
Pay attention to:
a) The characters you use (do the character development exercise if you like)
b) Composition (do the composition exercise if you get stuck)
c) Attention to detail. What type of line are you using for your characters etc..---you need to employ consistency within a story / within a chosen style.
--------->These illustrations should look like they are from the same book!
*Bonus: If you want, try to sketch out the whole story layout for the rhyme.
*Bonus: If you want, try to illustrate the images all in a way that make the story seem very SPOOKY or FUNNY, or SAD. But if you choose one of these you have to make all of your images spooky or funny or sad. You have to use the same style and mood in ALL of the images, as if they were all part of the same book. This will help you practice consistency.
GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS
Once upon a time, a little girl named Goldilocks went into the forest to play.
Goldilocks came upon a cute cottage and went inside.
There on the kitchen table were three bowls of porridge.
Goldilocks was hungry so she took a bite from the large bowl of porridge, but it was too hot.
Then she tried the middle-size bowl, but it was too cold.
Then she tried the smallest bowl, and it was just right, so she ate it all up.
Goldilocks was tired, so she went to the bedroom where she found three beds.
Goldilocks tried the large bed, but it was too hard.
Then she tried the middle-size bed, but it was too soft.
Then she tried the smallest bed, and it was just right, so she fell fast asleep.
While she was sleeping, the three bears came home.
“Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said papa bear.
“Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said mama bear.
“Someone’s been eating my porridge, and they ate it all up,” cried baby bear.
“Someone’s been sleeping in my bed,” said papa bear.
“Someone’s been sleeping in my bed,” said mama bear.
“Someone’s been sleeping in my bed, and here she is,” said baby bear.
Goldilocks was so frightened that she jumped out of bed, ran out of the cottage and never came back again.
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