My husband’s mate Graham is best man at his friend Martin’s wedding. For Martin’s bachelor’s party, Graham wanted to print T-Shirts with a caricature of the groom. He asked me if I know anything about caricature drawing and if I would do it. Spoiler: I know NOTHING about caricatures. It never interested me as an art form. Yet I promised, I’d give it a try anyway.
Sometimes that answer is easy and in this case I could call it procastination. Sometimes it’s just so much more fun to scribble than doing work chores. Just like this morning, when I saw Elena Mutonono’s website and read her helpful article on How To Find Time For Creativity When You’re Always Busy. That was the perfect excuse to push work a couple of hours aside and indulge in practising creativity. 🙂 Read more →
My better half wanted a C3PO pictogram for error notices on his Destiny Archive project. Why a picto, I am not sure. But the requirement was to have C3PO as svg. That meant, I couldn’t make it the same style as the hero banner Cad Bane, at least not with all this lovely texture detail. So, I tried to combine his picto wish with the textured look from Cad Bane. And keep it all vectors. Jump to see a bigger image. Read more →
Look, another one of my husband’s project ideas: Quify. It’s a short cut for “Quicker for you” and was developed as a tool to document his (work) productivity. The development is still in early stages, but the logo is done. To challenge myself, I tried to handletter the wordmark. Jump to see the process. Read more →