In my time as a designer I have been constantly using external sources for my designs, and naturally when I began making my own I was rather enthusiastic.
Do you remember when I showed you this?
Here’s what it looked like before I digitalized it.
When I took my hand-drawn work and converted it into digital art I was rather happy with how it turned out. It took me a lot of time to do and I was so fixated on doing it that it was almost… meditative?
So I started doing more. And today I’m going to be sharing three pieces of my digital art which I particularly like.
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1: DEATHLY HALLOWS
About this design: I used a similar technique to design Kerys’s blog and I decided to try it on something else. So I brought out some new PS brushes and ended up with this!
2: MANDALA DREAMCATCHER
About this design: I took the same colours I used for that header up there and used them on some art I’d done almost a year ago. 😀 This was such an elaborate job! You can find the original along with some others in this post.
3: FLORAL FRAME
About this design: I spent all afternoon working on this. 😛 I was not satisfied with the calligraphy in the original sketch and so I decided to change it and ended up adding colour as well!
Welp, I really hope you liked these! I hope to put such art on sale when I begin selling apparel at Pique Studios. Before I wrap this post up I’m going to slip in my picture for Challenge #4 in Hannah’s photography challenge, Springing Into Life.
This time’s category was Tiny-
… and the little challenge was Pets. I don’t have a pet so I’m just going to put in a random animal picture I took some time back.
This photograph was taken during a visit to a slum in Cambodia. Whenever I look at it my heart ends up feeling heavy, and I think it portrays very efficiently how happiness can exist in the most remote of places. 🙂
I really hope you enjoyed today’s post. Thanks for stopping by!