I co-hosted this month’s Special Edition of #okscbwichat on Tuesday evening with our guest, Oklahoma illustrator Timothy Lange.
Timothy Lange has been a graphic designer, illustrator and fine art painter for over 30 years. He graduated from the Colorado Institute of Art in 1982 and studied at the Art Students League of Denver (off and on) from 1989 to 2003.
He is an active member of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). He was was transplanted to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma in 2003. Aside from the bugs and humidity, he says its not a bad place to call home.
Follow Tim on Twitter here.
During our Twitter chat, Tim discussed how Chris Van Allsburg influenced his work, he talked about the inspiration for his first authored book SCARECROW’S JOURNEY, the toughest challenge he faced while working on this book, and he even shared some pictures of his art with us. It was a lively chat, despite the threat of inclement weather.
*If you missed the chat, you can view the Storify version of the entire conversation here.
To participate in the event, click this link: bit.ly/1Tx9RGK and select Join.
If you are an SCBWI member, someone will add you to the group. Make sure to do this before the event so you can post your questions!
We return to our regular #okscbwichat schedule in July when our special guest will be YA author Brenda Drake. See you for the next Twitter chat on Tuesday July 26th!
To see a full list of our upcoming Twitter chats on #okscbwichat for 2016 CLICK HERE.