In this digital world, pen and ink illustrations remain relevant because they are cost-effective, convenient, and portable. Artists can use pen and ink to draw a piece of art and then quickly transfer it into the digital environment using software like Photoshop, Piranesi, Poser, and others. In this article, we discuss Everything You Need to Know About Pen and Ink Illustration.
Teachers often criticize a child who doodles in the classroom. Scribbling and doodling in the margins of your notebook were reprimanded earlier. To think about it, images have been processed by humans earlier than writing. Not any more though. The times are changing. It is now that we are realizing the value of doodling on a professional level. It is available in form of excellent logos, brand images and much more.
Are you a graphic designer wanting to learn how to create consistent letterforms? Do you struggle to maintain size, width, thickness and style throughout your hand-drawn custom type? If this sounds like you or your wanting to sharpen your letterform typography then we have found the perfect product for you that will help you learn and become a better designer in drawing consistent letter forms.
Most of you are now wondering ‘what the hell are nudenotes?’ and ‘Why should I care?’. Two great questions, firstly, nudenotes is the name I give my style of sketchnotes. The goal of my notes are not to be a perfect piece of typography – they are a means of quickly jotting down information and insights in a way that can be referenced later or shared with others, quickly summarising large quantities of information with some simple doodles. They are unedited, analogue, warts-and-all, laid bare for all to see – nudenotes.
Why should you care about nudenotes? To answer that question, I will use one of the long-stand traditions of the sketchnoting: a numbered list. So in no particular order, here is a list of the benefits of nudenotes and the value they offer to creative people:
Great logo design doesn’t just come from nowhere.
It takes time, development, and patience to get all the components just right.
Even though logo design is mostly digital nowadays, how can you improve your drawing skill to help your logo development?
Within this blog post, you will discover 5 expert tips to improve your drawing skill, which in turn, can lead to more successful logo development, more refined logo artwork, and a higher degree of skill.
I get a lot of designers asking me – “is it important to sketch and draw logos in a sketchbook as I’m not very good at drawing?”. In this article we dig deep into the Logo Design Sketchbook, Documenting The Process
A popular question I get asked on a weekly basis but other logo designers or people looking to becoming a logo designer is “What sketching equipment do you use?” I thought it would make a good resource to make a list and explanation of the equipment that I can refer people to.
When starting out as a logo designer, one of the most satisfying things is building yourself a great set of equipment. There is an old saying that goes “you are only as good as the tools you use” which can be very true.
In today’s post we take a look at Me and My Other Self Illustrations (Part 2)
This is the second part to a recent article we posted Me and my other self Illustrations which displayed famous male celebrities side by side with their younger and older self. Now we have the female version by Fulvio Obregon
Fulvio said “New series of “Me & My Other Me” in collaboration with Adapt Worldwide This time we agreed to make it in a Women’s Version.”
In today’s post i thought i would share these fantastic illustrations i found on Behance by Fulvio Obregon – Me and my Other Self Illustrations. The illustrations are incredible but what i love even more is the concept displayed and how it offers a visual comparison of how famous people have changed over the years.