We all know the saying. It’s mostly right. Which means sitting down with your art everyday. Most of the week I work in colored pencils but once a week I work on the iPad to throw my hat into the derby. Shirt.woot.com has a contest every week for T-shirt designs. It gives me a goal, a time frame, and a topic of someone else’s choosing.
Not always my best work but always good practice.
I used to really hate leaving a negative space to show light reflections on my pencil art. The white color pencil exists but, let’s face it, it won’t color over another color. Then I watched some videos of people drawing in 3d and noticed that they were using paint pens. I don’t know why I hadn’t thought of it but now my art has left the flat behind. It’s still a long way from 3d but it’s come a long way.
I finished my first commission today. I’m super nervous that he’s going to like it. I meet up with him Friday. Wish me luck.
On a side note I’ve been working on a side project today. I can’t talk much about it but the logo’s are proving hard. The simplicity you need so that it’s legible is difficult while still making concept clear. Wish me luck.
This whole own business thing is complex. Today I was working on business cards. With an art business you need to include a sample. Eventually I’ll have two or three cards but this is the one I did today.
Quack Quack Honk Designs has been a long time in the making but would still be a dream if it wasn’t for the encouragement of my wonderful husband and friends. Quack Quack Honk Designs is a quirky company with quirky art. It dares to be funny and cute.
The site is still under construction so bear with me while I get things going. Thank you