childrens book

Saturday, 18 February 2012


This is an illustration from a recent book that I worked on called "Charlie and Isabella meet Jacob"
 written and copyrights with  by Felicity-McCullough . It is currently available on Amazon.

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Hi Friends ....check my "puss in boots" version,check the link :

Some new poetry print illustrations for HAEM

If you would like  to create a Custom Poetry Print just for you, please contact Stacey Shannon at

Resharing some of the thoughts of an Amazing Illustrator  Andi Osiek after she attended SCBWI winter conference:

Be visible. Blog once a week. Comment on other people’s blogs… generally they will return the favor. Join Facebook and try to be interesting. Show the publishing industry that you are relevant. Just put your work out there. Key word: Discoverability.

Do what you know and create what you love. If you are passionate about what you are doing it will shine through in your work.

Give freely. Be generous and open. More ideas will come. Be an idea factory.

Tell the truth in your character’s own language. The truth that you know is the one that will get you published. Look within, be honest and create from the heart.

Read. If you want to be a creator of stories you have to know a lot about the world… and how to ask the right questions.

Have style. Your own style has a relationship to your childhood and your own relationship with books. Don’t follow trends, do what comes naturally. Move from conscious creation to a more intuitive approach.

Know your characters. The story of your book is found in whatever they NEED!

Live a creative life. All the parts of your life inform one another. Even making cupcakes for your kids can feed your work.

Stay strong. Success is directly proportional to your ability to accept rejection.

Network. Connect with people who embrace your work.

Friday, 3 February 2012

"Home Away from Home" by V.Honey.Hall

                                                   Here is a cover page of story I did last week.

Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Charlie and Isabella's Magical Adventures

      "Charlie And Isabella Meet Jacob"

Felicity McCullough(Author), 
David Brown(Compiler), Joyeeta Neogi (Illustrator)

The colour illustrated children's story relates the further adventures of two Angora goats. They leave their home in the forest and meet a boy named Jacob. With him they have a lot of fun and when using their magical powers get into difficulty. They find themselves discovering other goats on a goat farm. The story is suitable for children of all ages and the illustrations tell the story visually.

This is a bright and colourful book that is delightful. The colour illustrations tell the story well about the adventures of two Angora goats named Charlie and Isabella. In this adventure they meet a boy named Jacob, after having got into difficulty they end up on a farm.

                          It was a pleasure working with Kay McCullough and this Story book

 Check the link on Amazon: