Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Friday, April 17, 2015
Below is Vesna's aka Beca:
Thursday, January 15, 2015
The Holiday season was crazy for me this past year and I am finally posting something from Christmas. I was asked by my work to create a poster to promote the company Christmas Party and gave me artistic freedom. So I decided to so something classic looking to fit the semi-formal dress as well as the style of the hotel the party is at. Originally I made the poster with gold and black. The client did not like the black and wanted to have it more "Christmasy" or "wintery." I first changed the text from gold to blue to make it look more like snow, but it was still too dark for the client.
I really wanted to keep the black and changed the text to glitter. I really loved the black and glitter because I thought it looked classic. But the black was not cutting it. I changed it to the green that you see in the first image, which achieved the classic look I wanted and the festive Christmas look the client wanted.
Sunday, November 2, 2014
This is the last letter I will be able to write my sister while she is serving an LDS mission in Japan. I am so proud of her giving selfless service to the people in the Kobe area as well as working on her own spirituality. At the end of the month, I am going with my parents and husband to pick her up from her mission. I am so excited to see her, so I drew this illustration of us in Japan. See you soon Sarah!
Friday, October 3, 2014
This month in the illustration community is known as #inktober (an ink drawing a day for a month). So I am hitting two birds with one stone (pun intended) and making a card for my sister and an ink drawing for day 3. I wanted to draw a robin today and gave it a huge eye for extra cuteness :)
Sunday, September 14, 2014
This past Friday was my wonderful friend's birthday. For my birthday she always makes the cutest handmade cards and in turn I make her hand lettered cards. She absolutely loved it!
Monday, September 8, 2014
This week is a two-for-one! The first quote is for my sister and the second is for her companion, Sister Hamilton, who asked to have a drawing too. I decided to play with the calligraphy style this week and I am pretty happy with both of my pieces. Of course I still have a lot to learn, like being original in my calligraphy, but first I need to learn how to do it. If you'd like your very own hand letter quote, let me know and I'd be happy to make one for you!