This idea has been made real
Student at Ravensbourne University studying Graphic Design
The Robot Helper Bin comes to life to help Enolia clear up the rubbish from the park.
Brought to life in the form of an illustrated story book, written and Illustrated by Brittany Abbot-Trangmar, a BA Graphic design student from Ravensbourne University.
The Robot Helper Bin is really handy to have around!
Enolia and the Robot Helper Bin work together to clean up litter from her local park!
Brittany even printed a copy of the book for Enolia!
Maker blog entries
The final book from start to finish!
Looking for an instructing and fun way to design the inside cover.
Looking at different ways I can design the front cover, and how I can position the main characters. These are the final.
The Robot Helper Bin giving Eniola the Magic button, and then the effects of that with him tidying up super quick.
Scenes of them both throughout the book.
Designing the swirly wind design of which will carry the rubbish across the whole park.
Designing the rubbish, I decided on; a water bottle, apple core, banana skin, plastic bag, and paper.
Designing her friends.
Design features of the park, different types of trees with and without the rubbish. The squirrel, park bench, path, clouds, flowers, grass etc.
Looking at fun and young styles of sans serif type, I wanted to go for something that resembled handwriting.
I tried to keep to Enoila's drawing as much as possible but still keeping the style of illustration of which I wanted. Here are some of his expressions and movements.
The design of Enoila and her expressions / movements throughout the book.
Looking at character design and different styles of which it can be achieved.
Looking at existing children books and the illustrations in them.
Creating Enoila's character for the book on Illustrator. These are some of the expressions and movements of her through out the book.