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  1. Troy Howell is an American writer, artist and illustrator, known especially by his cover art for the Redwall series and Greek and Norse mythologies by Mary Pope Osborne. He is married with two children. For the 10th Anniversary U.S. edition of Redwall, Howell illustrated six full-page color images.. Howell was born in Long Beach, California. As a youth, Howell had an experience similar to ...

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    At age two, Troy Howell launched his creative career with “Red Crayon on Green Carpet.” Myriad lines later, both written and drawn, while attending the Art Center School of Design, he debuted as an illustrator in Cricket magazine. In 2011, he debuted as a writer with his children’s novel, The Dragon of Cripple Creek (Abrams/Amulet).

  3. by. Hans Christian Andersen, Troy Howell (Illustrator), Clair Moritz (Illustrator), Claire Booss (Editor) 4.09 avg rating — 12,456 ratings — published 1835 — 2117 editions. Want to Read. saving….

  4. Redwall is the first book in the epic Redwall series by Brian Jacques.The fantasy novel was originally published in 1986 in the UK by Hutchinson Children's Books after Jacques' friend Alan Durband covertly sent the manuscript to his publisher without informing Jacques. It became an overnight success. In 1987, Redwall crossed the Atlantic to the U.S., courtesy of Philomel Books, a division of ...

  5. The U.K. cover artist, Pete Lyon, contributed only four covers. But, in the United States, cover chores were given to a man named Troy Howell who, having just completed his 22nd cover for the series, is still going strong. For more than twenty years, Troy Howell has been giving us an almost annual glimpse into the world of Redwall Abbey.

  6. Author Note: This essay is meant to discuss Howell's Redwall cover work as an aggregate. It is not going to ascertain each nuance of 20+ different covers. For over 20 years, Troy Howell has dutifully illustrated covers (and special edition drawings) for the many novels of the Redwall saga. However, over the course of this time span his style of illustration has evolved and changed dramatically ...

  7. 22 de may. de 2018 · Troy Howell captures that feeling here, in his gentle narrative, while illustrator Richard Jones, with his subtle, muted artwork, captures the emotional drama of Wednesday's journey. The fold-out page, depicting Wednesday's last, desperate jump, offers a visual counterpart and emphasis to the textual culmination of her struggle to reach that elusive bit of blue.