I’m not sure about this one…is there too much wild color going on? Just experimenting with layers of marks: some ink, some pens, some pencil. Then, as I do, coloring in Photoshop. I felt like I was getting into a “palette rut” for awhile, and have tried to get out of my comfort zone lately by using much brighter colors than I used to. The process is fun; I hope I never stop playing!
I’ve been working on promos this week, and trying to get better about doing quarterly mailings. Here are the postcards to be sent (once they arrive from moo.com).
A little explanation, if you like: I illustrated my daughter, who really loves to twirl in the living room when music is playing.
I doodled while watching football with my hubby on Sunday night. Then I put it on a coffee mug, because I want a coffee mug with this on it. 😀
I have such good time making all of these, whether they end up as prints, mugs, or dog t-shirts ;-). Or if they are just doodles in a margin or my sketchbook. I really love drawing, and I’ve loved finding a community with whom to share all of these crazy little designs. Thank you again for following along, and stay tuned for more. 😀
Having some fun with some customized Photoshop brushes by Kyle Webster. I am really enjoying exploring more as a digital painter. After looking at my previous logo, I realized I didn’t really like yellow all that much, but I love orange…and foxes. Since my given name is a fun noun, I can’t totally discount it, especially as an artist. My favorite subjects to paint and draw are animals, so why not incorporate that into my “brand”? I like painting and getting messy, but cleanup after a drawing/scanning/Photoshop session is as easy as closing a laptop. And I feel my knowledge has grown a bit over the past year. This piece shows where I tested some of the brushes before using them on Mr. Fox up there, and includes the original drawing layer. I thought they added something to this post, but will not be on my final logo. Now I just need to play with type.
I’ve been working on a website that houses samples of my artwork.
is my new online portfolio that showcases my finished work. Lemon’s Tree blog will stay here, and I will continue to make weekly updates.
Please check out the new website and let me know what you think–good and bad. I am always looking for ways to improve!