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Childrens Illustrator Presents: chuckometti!
Every month or so we talk with extremely talented illustrators with childish hearts full of imagination and whims.
This time we have the honour to present to you Monika aka chuckometti!
Childrens Illustrator Presents: Chitchatting with chuckometti!
:bulletgreen: Hello and welcome to our interview room!
Can you tell us who you are in a nutshell ? Where do you come from, what's your work, and what's your shoe size ? ;)

Hallo Everyone, my name is Monika Schoeffmann, I'm 22 years old and live in Munich in beautiful Bavaria (although currently everyone is going crazy here because of the Oktoberfest ;) . I'm also nearly small enough to fit in a nutshell, I think it would be a cozy place to live. I'm currently studying graphic design and art therapy. I work as a part-time illustrator and designer, usually for books and book covers. My shoe size is 37 in German size.
:bulletgreen: What mediums do you work with, and why those ?
I mostly work digitally
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Translating Children's Literature
Original article by Simona Mambrini found on Bologna Book Journal 2009
link to the downloadable pdf not available
Translating Children's Literature
Every time a book is translated, it takes on a new language, a new culture, new readers, and a new perspective. Translation is very much more than linguistic transfer of meaning: literary translation is a matter of vital and vitalising communication between cultures.
Translating literature for young readers presents a complex challenge for the translator, whose task is to convey the original sense and meaning of a story in another language, choosing the very best language possible for the audience. This rewriting process also involves a cultural transfer and a range of strategies to solve specific issues. In this creative process, the translator is an essential mediator, an instrument that makes it possible fo
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Le Immagini Della Fantasia - 29th Edition
Le Immagini della fantasia is an International event which aims to bring to the public eye illustration in its multitude of styles, whilst attempting to capture the unique creative quality of every author’s path within a worldwide context.
History and features
The idea of setting up the Exhibition was conceived in 1982 by Štěpán Zavřel, a renowned illustrator from Prague who later moved to Rugolo in Sàrmede. Since then, spurred on by ever-increasing success and the invaluable help of many artists, the Exhibition has shown over 300 works of art from countries all over the world to its numerous visitors each year, taking them on a fabulous journey through the fanciful imagination of each country.
The 29th Edition
The 22nd of October 2011 sees the official opening of the 29th edition. Over 300 illustrations and around a hundred books from all over the wor
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Last Monthly Topic: Farewell!

Journal Entry: Thu Mar 13, 2014, 2:30 AM


Hello dear members!

We decided it's time to let go. Let go of this club that has been on "life support" for a very, very long time now and give our full attention to the projects we feel need us more.

It was great being here, seeing your beautiful illustrations and your take on themes.

:heart: Here's a HUGE thank you to those few of you that kept the club going for so long. You kept us going. :hug: :heart:

We shall log in from time to time and submit your deviations so all is not lost yet, but there won't be any new topics from now on.


Last Monthly Topic: Farewell!

Will it be a happy or a sad one? Let us know.



New theme will start from March 13th (your deviation must be submitted on or after March 13th). This must be a brand new and finished children's illustration, NO DOODLE and NO SKETCH accepted!

Since as of April 2013, all previous topics are now open, when you send us your note with the deviation please refer to which theme you are submitting to.

Also, please, mention the club in your deviation description.

For members only.


Do remember that, if you wanted to submit to this topic but couldn't do it, there's still time!
Send us a note with your submission and we'll add it to the gallery.


WE STILL LOVE YOU! :heart:
the team (Nini and Toia)

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We love to illustrate!
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We're a club for Children's Illustrators, that means people who illustrate for children. Professional Children's Book Illustrators are welcomed as well as students, amateurs and everyone fond of drawing for kids.

If you'd like to know more about our little group you can read our Rules and Guidelines. If you'd like to join us, simply send us a note.


We love to illustrate! Do you?

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:iconroundtower:
roundtower Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016   General Artist
Oh!!! :'-(
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lueyras Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2016   General Artist
So sad to see this group closed :(
Is there a chance to reopen it?
Is there another group that gives out topics for children's illustrators to work on and share art?
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Xenophilius-Lovegood Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
If so, I'd be interested too!
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geeartsph Featured By Owner May 10, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Aww, I'm too late. Grr.  too bad this group is now close. I'm currently working as a children's illustrator and I'm new here in Deviantart. Is there any chance the group will become active again in the future? 
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yakkingyetis Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015
wow why close the group ?? anything i can do to help ? I started drawing for fun and somehow stumbled on this group and 1 year later started working as a children's illustrator .. 
now i have tons of published books all over the world thanks to this group . .i can be an admin if that is needed  .. i 'm not working this year to work on my personal projects .. haven't been active on deviant art though cos of work 
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giraluna Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
(I'm going to write in spanish because I'm talking about an event in my country... sorry)

Queridos Ilustradores y amantes de libros infantiles!
(Dato para Buenos Aires)

Quería contarles que hoy fuí a la muestra "Elsa Bornemann ilustrada" que está en la Biblioteca Nacional del Congreso (Adolfo Alsina al 1835) Hay una exposición (pequeña, pero hermosa) de diferentes ilustraciones a partir de Cuentos de nuestra queridísima Elsa Bornemann. Para todos aquellos que hayan disfrutado que sus padres les leyeran una historia cuando niños, hayan leido por su cuenta o ustedes les hayan leido a algun niño, quería recomendarles se dieran una vueltita. La Muestra es de lunes a viernes (creo que de 9 a 20) y ya sólo queda una semana en exposición.
Si quieren volver un ratito a la infancia o inspirarse un poco les recomiendo vayan porque yo me volvi a sentir niña por un ratito.
Un abrazo a todos <3
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localitegames Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hi,

My name is Anna and I'm currently working on an interactive, multi device, digital kids book. The story is an urban take on Stone Soup. It's a new kind of children’s popup book to be experienced across a tablet and a smartphone. Each page of text is accompanied by a dynamic illustration that can be modified by content and gestural use of the smartphone. So for example, it's snowing on the first page of the book and the reader can pour snow from the handheld device onto the tablet below, where 3 raccoons are pictured (along with the story text). I am a designer and programmer and I am seeking an illustrator to work on this project ASAP. I also have a budget. No technical skills needed but the timeline for the project is only 12 weeks.

To inquire about the project, email annalocalitegames.com
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Marmotic Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014
Whatever happened to the team?
Have i missed the topic for January?
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nope Mr. Marmotic, we haven't had the chance to update yet....  will do it asap

I'm also glad you'd like to participate again :)


:wave:
nini
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Cmac13 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013   General Artist
:iconcraciun6:  Happy New Year by kmygraphic :iconcraciun6:
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:iconchildrensillustrator:
awww!  thank you!  :hug:
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:iconeydii:
eydii Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I just send you about my second personal story book :)
Have you received the links?
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Livingdrei Featured By Owner May 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your gallery is so cute <3
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Cmac13 Featured By Owner May 2, 2013   General Artist
so an existing deviation cannot be entered into this May 2013 challenge ribbons?
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childrensillustrator Featured By Owner May 2, 2013
no, it has to be a new one.
but if you can't finish it on time you can always submit it later on :)
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