7” Kara is a watercolor comic adventure comic the whole family can enjoy together. Follow Kara, a 7 inch tall girl, as she makes friends and discovers humans are more than just tall tales.

Lilliputians are                     tiny people                     who occupy the                     in-between                     spaces of our world.


Sometimes, if you're careful, you can catch a glimpse of one. 7” Kara is a suburban fantasy comic aimed at young girls. Inspired by books such as “The Borrowers”, “The Littles”, and “Gulliver's Travels”, 7” Kara follows the adventures of the 11 year old Lilliputian Kara. Kara lives with her parents in an old doll house that's been hidden away in the back of a neglected shed.

Isolated her entire life, she has few Lilliputian friends her own age, and even less experience with the outside world. Everything she knows has been learned first hand or has been taught to her by her parents. Her life changes drastically when a human family moves into the house her family lives near. Will Kara make a new friend? Or is there something darker, possibly more dangerous in store for her?

ISBN: 978-1497369450

Becca
Hillburn

Illustrator & author
                                        of                                        
children's books & comics





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Artist and Illustrator

Artist and writer of 7” Kara and mini-comics such as Ahoy!, Momotaro, Foiled, From Earth to Saturn, and In the Dark.

Artist of the upcoming Gizmo Granny.

MFA in Sequential Art

2013 MFA in Sequential Art from SCAD: The University of Creative Careers

2009 BA in Fine Arts with Hypermedia concentration from University of New Orleans

Teaching Artist

Guest taught at primary, middle, and high schools as well as secondary education.

Hosted artists panels and workshops at conventions and will at libraries and schools.

Art Blogging

Written hundreds of blogs at Keep on Truckin', Nattosoup on artist supply and service reviews, convention recaps, technique tutorials, and general tips.

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