Overall I'm delighted with the images I've created and the fact that I came up with those ideas. This project is the result of three years of learning how to conduct a project from start to finish and I've used all I've learnt, put it into this project and discovered that I now have a working process to follow as an illustrator, which is a hugely important thing to take away with me for the future. I've also pushed further some techniques and styles that I'd used previously to find that along with the process, I've developed my style into something more unique and personal to me. Most of all I've learnt not to let external pressures get in the way of work because however hard it is, it will cause problems later, and that is certainly something I could have done better. However more positively I've learnt that even when it's left late, it is possible to salvage a project by putting heart and soul into it a pushing yourself beyond anything you thought you could do. Much later on in this project I began to think about creating a survival guide and that is something I would like to take away with me into the future. I would like to develop the survival guide to create more pages and improve the design. There is also a competition to have work displayed on the official Hunger Games facebook page (details at: http://glossi.com/CatchingFire/contest/8-illustrate-your-spark-catching-fire-ch-1 ), which is to illustrate the first chapter of the next book which is ideal. The deadline is 14th June, so there's time to finish all my work and get working on that as a way of showcasing my work. Another thing I have learnt and that I can take forward is my journal. I've found it incredibly useful to have a page where I can take my images out of their original context to compare them and to comment on them. It has also helped me to constantly pause and reflect on what I'm doing and rather than slow the process down it has given my work more direction. I'm now excited about my future in illustration and feel confident that I have something unique to offer, and a place in the world of illustration.