Eva Bee Creating Engaging Editorial Illustrations on a Very Quick Turnaround

Some illustrators like to set themselves a time challenge to add a bit of fire to their productivity. But for Eva Bee, working to an extremely tight deadline comes with the job, often having only three to four hours to create an illustration from start to finish.

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As a regular contributor to the Guardian’s comment pages, Eva is given only a few short hours on a Wednesday afternoon every fortnight to produce an illustration. Luckily, she has crafted an efficient process to work in this way, and an engaging style to go with it.

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© Eva Bee, 2016

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