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The best selection of multicultural and social justice books for children, YA, and educators. You can watch the trailer here. Rob was kind enough to share his thoughts with me. Welcome, Rob! First off, thank you for inviting me to be your blog and for your support. You rock Zetta! He began to challenging books with a little help from me, his mom, and his grandparents. And as he got into reading comics, graphic novels, and now chapter books for fun I started to look for more examples of him and who he is in those bookshelves and forms of media.
Its something I wanna be, or something I aspire to be.
When I became a dad it completely and incredibly altered my sense of being and purpose. It feels like fighting back, you know?
And that was nearly a decade ago. Can you talk about what informs your aesthetic and how your visual style complements your storytelling priorities? A lot of that study is of other painters and cinematographers and photographers. I definitely want to push the color and light a lot more. The light skin tones you see are just a part of my evolution. In regards to the softness. I started painting with watercolor almost 14 years ago and I still have a lot to learn. But yes! I do try to make the picture feel soft or warm. But you know, as I say that the style might change.
I want to evolve as the stories do. Some scenes are chill, laid back, or fun. When I first started to work on full scenes with characters I was using a lot of sepia tones, light browns, etc. How he lights his films. And through him I discovered Roy Decarava he was crazy talented.
I love how LeUyen Pham uses different mediums depending on the story. I have so many influences from every day things I take a picture of, to illustrators, plein air painters, to old books at the library.
I cannot wait to get all of the stories I have in my head out. I see so many aspects of my world and that of friends, family, and families from a far that must be put toyou know? Continue reading. Publisher's synopsis: Furqan Moreno wakes up and decides that today he wants his hair cut for the first time. His dad has just the style: a flat top fade!
He wants his new haircut to be cool but when they get to the barbershop, he's a bit nervous about his decision. He begins to worry that his hair will look funny, imagining all the flat objects in his day to day life. Before he knows it, his haircut is done and he realizes that his dad was right -- Furqan's first flat top is the freshest! Notify me of follow-up comments by. Notify me of new posts by .
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Furqan’s First Flat Top