Jim Kay (Illustrator of Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone)
Jim Kay Illustrator - Create Expo 2016
Motifs in Jim Kay’s Illustrations for “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”
He breathes new life into the story, hiding fascinating references and jokes in the details. For my unanswered questions, I conducted additional research. My hunt for Easter eggs begins on the back cover where a mysterious figure has perplexed me for years. The creature also appears on page Kay makes reference models of figures like Dobby, as seen on page 12, to test them for posing and lighting.
Because he's gentle and captivating, that is – not because he's sketchy. The award-winning Harry Potter illustrator is sitting beside me at one end of a long.
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Please refresh the page and retry. On the stairs, stuffed chickens peck at invisible seeds; the living room is governed by silk-feathered crows and one-eyed porcelain dolls. In the studio, clocks are set to the time in Narnia and Mordor. And, of course, there was the pressure. It was like that. Kay is genial, agile and occasionally as bashful as a young boy. He often holds his forehead and grins in embarrassment as he looks back over his work, and he describes almost every illustrative technique as having emerged from anxiety or failure.
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