instagram - 93 words - less than a minute - 15th April 2018
Here's a logo concept that never made it past the concept stage, probably for the better – it's so convoluted! It was fun tying all the strands together AND giving it a bit of shade – but it wouldn't have worked well in black and white and it would've been hard to reproduce in certain circumstances. Logos should really be more like letters, in my opinion, and this wasn't it. #logo #graphicdesign #design #concept #weave #illustration #portfolio
instagram - 83 words - less than a minute - 13th April 2018
I know, I know – there's Sub Pop Records – that's not what this is. This was a type designed to go with a very specific logo (see a future post). This was a logotype I designed myself. I like how the eyes are open – with exception of the O, because I liked how it mirrored the bottom of the U. #type #typography #logotype #letters #graphicdesign #design #subpop #portfolio
instagram - 54 words - less than a minute - 11th April 2018
instagram - 42 words - less than a minute - 10th April 2018
instagram - 43 words - less than a minute - 9th April 2018
instagram - 44 words - less than a minute - 8th April 2018
Chess pieces are timeless and fun to draw. I still dislike the little dent in the jawline, to the right of where the two lines meet. I do like the flow of the mane behind the ear. Via Instagram http://bit.ly/2uVLx0L
weekly digest - 85 words - less than a minute - 5th April 2018
studio - 1622 words - approximately 12 minutes - 26th March 2018
This is a crosspost from Medium.
It’s been almost ten years since I got my business license and started to do assignment work for clients.
It’s been a dream of mine since childhood to become a designer — I was even bullied with it in elementary school.
It’s been good these past ten years.
It’s been not as good as I had hoped.
tutorials - 545 words - approximately 4 minutes - 20th September 2012
This is a short tutorial – breaking my duck – showing you how you can have multiple text layers in one comp, that inherit a value (text, a string, in this case the numbers of a year), do something with this (add one), and then convert it back for use.