Billie the Unicorn

Billie the Unicorn Cover

Billie the Unicorn

By Brianne Drouhard

Immedium, Hardcover, 9781597020244, 36pp.

Publication Date: April 26, 2011

Description

A young unicorn learns that home is where her heart isa Generation Y My Little Pony.



About the Author
Brianne Drouhard: Brianne grew up in a small town in Washington State, where her family grows potatoes. She has been interested in animation since an early age and draws everyday. Brianne now works in television animation as a character designer and storyboard artist. TV shows she has contributed to are Teen Titans, Class of 3000, Transformers Animated, Ben Ten, and Batman: The Brave and the Bold. She is a graduate of Calarts and likes to create illustrations, stories, and short cartoons in her free time. A recipient of a NFAA scholarship, she graduated from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). Her artwork has been shown at galleries in Los Angeles and Philidelphia. Brianne's online portfolio is at briannedrouhard.com.


Praise For Billie the Unicorn

"Not only do Brianne's drawings have great style and flair, they also use classic principles...the whole shebang of good drawing skills, and to top it off, a lot of individuality and fun!" John Kricfalusi, creator of Ren & Stimpy

"Brianne's world of super-cute characters and beyond beautiful landscapes sends me on a visual sugar high with every page I turn...." - Sam Register EVP Warner Bros Animation

The full-bleed illustrations in a combination of colored pencil and colored markers use subtle matte-white sparkles, dramatically-staged scenes in animation style, and an effective use of contrast to show a dramatic story unfolding. The climax of the story is well-represented visually with an increasing cacophony of detailed flowers” Bayviews, Association of Children's Librarians of Northern California

Very excited to see another great book release from Immedium! Billie the Unicorn is a story about a sweet, but unfulfilled little unicorn named Billie, searching for her place and purpose in the world. After making a few bad choices, Billie learns to be true to herself and those that love her. The illustrations in this book are phenomenal, the characters are filled with charm and personality!” Tokyo Bunnie