Out with the old. In with the new.
I’m enjoying my sketchbook more and more these days.
I spent the past few days in Old New Castle again. I'm moving soon and I believe capturing some of this area is helping me to move on.
Once upon a time, I lived in my sketchbooks.
I have been wondering where handletterers get their inspiration. I love the work of Mary Kate McDevitt, one of the premiere lettering artists that I have learned of so far. It’s colorful, loose, fresh and fun. But, I can’t say that I have shared the… Read More
This is my first time vectorizing anything I’ve done in Illustrator. It’s not perfect, I know. And, okay, the pattern is a little overboard. And, yes, I forgot the little bits of the ‘r’ and ‘v’ I should have taken out…although I really don’t miss… Read More
I have a few sketchbooks I keep with me. I’ve been filling them up with some lettering exercises. One is a larger one that is about 8.5 x 11 inches, I believe. One is a Moleskin with graph paper. The others are the small Fabriano… Read More