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Tony DiTerlizzi on Illustrating the Cover for Peter Pan in Scarlet
In working on an image for the American jacket of this authorized sequel, I went through many designs trying to capture the spirit of the 100-year-old character while making him intriguing to the readers of today. This, of course, is much easier said than done.
Many of us have an idea of what Peter Pan should look like based on stage plays, movies, and the myriad of illustrated books, but in actuality both J. M. Barrie and Geraldine McCaughrean describe very few of his physical features. This opens up a lot of room for visual interpretation for an illustrator, however anything too severe in redesign would lead to confusion of identifying who this iconic and (dare I say) mythic character is. So I tried to breathe some new life into his appearance, but still remain faithful to the Peter Pan we all know and love.
I have loved the Peter Pan mythos ever since I was a little girl. I have a great many copies of the original book, all of which are just slightly different. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Silvara Wilde
Not for me - dark and horror laden
I can't recall if Peter Pan is dark, but my memories of the book are cheery and fun. Read more
This is an amazing book and I think that Geraldine McCaughrean did a great job for the sequel of Peter PanPublished 11 months ago by Kindle Customer
Great Story! Wonderful reading by Tim Curry! Kids would love this!Published 12 months ago by Deborah Thomas
It is 1926, and the Old Boys (formerly the Lost Boys) are having dreams about Neverland, dreams that are all too real. Read morePublished 15 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
I absolutely Love this book I Loved Peter and the Star catchers books and am now reading Kingdom Keepers so when I find more books like those I have to read them.Published 18 months ago by muffin
The artwork is awesome and the book itself is a fun one to read if you are looking for adventure and something that sparks dignified imagination.Published on October 12, 2013 by Silvia Watkins
Peter Pan in Scarlet is one of the greatest installments to the legend of Peter Pan! With other adaptions like "Peter and the Starcatchers series", "Hook", and the 2003-film... Read morePublished on July 31, 2013 by Taylor J. Huston