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Young children may need to see every plot movement in a clear and easy manner, whereas older readers might only require illustrations that show central moments. Once you have several sketches complete, check for consistency of clothing, coloration, and expression so that characters are easily identifiable throughout the book. If you want to learn how to use watercolor paints to add color to your illustrations, keep reading the article! This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Together, they cited information from 13 references. Learn why people trust wikiHow. Learn more
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In , when he was only thirty, Mark Twain penned a playful short story mischievously encouraging girls to think independently rather than blindly obey rules and social mores. I knew the book had to come to life in English, so I partnered with the wonderful Claudia Zoe Bedrick of Brooklyn-based indie publishing house Enchanted Lion , maker of extraordinarily beautiful picture-books , and we spent the next two years bringing Advice to Little Girls public library to life in America — a true labor-of-love project full of so much delight for readers of all ages. While frolicsome in tone and full of wink, the story is colored with subtle hues of grown-up philosophy on the human condition, exploring all the deft ways in which we creatively rationalize our wrongdoing and reconcile the good and evil we each embody. Good little girls ought not to make mouths at their teachers for every trifling offense. This retaliation should only be resorted to under peculiarly aggravated circumstances.