TIL all about layout types in surface pattern design in the Surface Pattern Design class I’ve been taking at Textile Design Lab . I’ve been looking for this info for a while now, but hadn’t yet found a good resource for it! One of the many reasons I […]
I took the pussywillow design from yesterday and turned it into a repeat pattern. One part of the process to make it into a repeat pattern is to pull it into Illustrator and do an image trace. I’m usually quite satisfied with this process, however this time due […]
More bees. I am really trying hard to make these damned bees work. I’m still not satisfied. I think tomorrow it will be time to move on. Aren’t I supposed to be doing plants right now, anyway?
Life is nearly back to normal after the holidays, and I’m jumping right back in with both feet! I thought I might play catch up over the next few days to get me back on track! Today I repurposed my bees and cone flowers from the previous design, […]
It’s after midnight – I did what I set out to do. I drew some bees and another coneflower and fashioned it into a repeating pattern I really did like how it looked extra large and not repeating, so on most of the Redbubble items I didn’t actually […]
Here we go – got those mushrooms finished up. My process was to start in watercolor on paper, then pull them into illustrator and digitize the heck out of them so that they transformed into something new altogether. Looking at it, you’d never realize that this started out […]
Back from my respite. Today I started with actual watercolor, then brought into illustrator and vectorized. The overall effect on the acorns was pretty cool. That’s all from me today. Bedtime! See it on Redbubble.