The final illustration page worked successfully through the colour scheme and tonal shading I had used for the design. I purposely designed the image with the use of block tonal fill as to relate to the John Tenniel prints in the original prints of the book. I felt that the illustrations needed this as the whole brief was to design illustrations for the 150th anniversary of the book, and in my opinion there needed to be a twist or hint of the John Tenniel prints in the designs to relate to the original book. I felt that my designs were successful with this as I used thin lines in which I felt worked with absorbing my own style with the simple shapes whereas Tenniel used detailed dip pen strokes to his work, that were neat and thin. Even though I had not used any crosshatch or line shading I felt that the block colouring worked well as it suited the primary target audience, if I had included crosshatch or other intricate lines the design would have suited the gift buyers and collectors more rather than the main audience.The book illustration held more detail through the perspective as to work with the chapter that it would be situated in, as well as add to the aesthetic of the crazy tea party.
Overall I felt that both of the designs were successful through how both suited the target audience through line, shape, perspective and colour. I thoroughly enjoyed this brief through how I had the creative freedom to create any illustration that held a description of any narrative within the chapters, as well as being able to redraw the characters in a style that would suit the younger audience.