That’s What Friends Are For – Nilomee Jesrani’s Story for the #6FrameStoryChallenge

For the past one and a half months, our blog has been exploding with colours, illustrations and a whole lot of inspiration (all thanks to the participants of the #6FrameStoryChallenge). We have finally come to the final entry that we received (but this is really just the beginning of the possibilities our upcoming story platform will offer) and it feels serendipitous that the last entry we are sharing is titlted ‘That’s what friends are for’. Bears seemed to have received a lot of love in all the stories that we got and Nilomee Jesrani’s story stars another lovable bear. What do bears, bees and baking have in common? Scroll down to find out.

Nilomee shares why she took part in challenge :

I loved the idea of making a story out of 6 frames, and was especially inspired to take part because the story gurus that are judging the entries are illustrators whom I follow and admite. Since it involved creating illustrations for children, it was the ideal challenge for me.

It was very motivating to see that a large community of illustrators was simultaneously participating. I loved seeing the updates on Facebook and the samples illustrated by the judges. I’m very excited to be a part of this and love the idea of creating stories and a story revolution for children in India.

(Nilomee Jesrani is an Illustrator and Animator. She loves creating illustrated content for children and is endlessly inspired by colour, nature and spaces! You can follow her work on : www.nilomeejesrani.blogspot.in, https://www.behance.net/NilomeeJesrani or on Twitter )
Read the other interviews by illustrators who took the challenge:
Rajiv Eipe, Kalyani Ganapathy, Prashant Miranda, Kavita Singh Kale, Megha Vishwanath, Priya Nair Panicker, Sweta Roy Choudhury, Paneendra Suresh, Priya Kuriyan, Yulianto Qin, Manjari Chakravathi, Sonal Goyal and Sumit Sakhuja, Samidha Gunjal, Preeti Lata, Shwetha Elisha,Mithila Ananth, Sunandita Mehrotra, Vedavathi Narasimha Murthy, Jithin Jacob, Vidya Gopal,Archana Sreenivasan, Somesh Kumar, Gumani, Antara Mukherji, Anjora Noronha,Vinayak Varma, Soumya Menon, Jisha Unnikrishnan, Kruttika Susarla, Ninoshka Dias, Isha S Valentine, Neelima Raparla, Vallabhi Shegaonkar, Sangeeta Das, Hari Kumar Nair,Lakhsmi Mitter, Lily Banerjee, Aditi Dilip, Niloufer Wadia, Deepa JayaramanAnupamaApteNishith Mehta, Muhammed Shafi, Amar Soni, Krishna Prakash K,Lavanya Karthik, Sonal Gupta,Kabini Amin, Jason Dvorak, Tanvi Bhat, Ranjani S, Shikha Nambiar, Aritra Roy Chowdhury, Vaishali Chudasama, Sharanya Kunnath, Priya ManikandanMilan Nayak, Delwyn Remedios, Geetanjali B, Ambica Vinod, Shailja Jain Chougule, Chitra Chandrashekhar, Nikita Modi, David Knight, Geetali Tare, Nilomee Jesrani
If you missed the #6FrameStoryChallenge, but are inspired by the work of fellow illustrators and want to contribute to the open source story platform – do send us your stories! Story guidelines are available here.

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