If you’re a die-hard vector fan (like me) that loves Adobe Illustrator, you might be wondering how you could use Procreates’ raster digital drawings in your workflow, and still maintain the vector-based flexibility. The great news is, you can! View full article >
This quick Adobe Illustrator tutorial shows you how to combine your already created Personalised Portraits into one file. You’ll also learn how to add text and use the Warp > Arc tool, a great way to display a family name for wall art and gifts. Enjoy! View full article >
Create beautiful illustrated designs with just a few clicks with the Magical Scene Creator! Perfect for greetings cards, books, posters, branding and so much more! View full article >
This morning while quickly browsing through my Pinterest account for inspiration, I stumbled across these cute handmade, paper bookmarks.
Before I knew it I was in the Pinterest vortex clicking mindlessly like a zombie from pin to pin, heading straight for a bad case of the browser bends*. View full article >
Recently I launched my first Skillshare class! If you love working in Adobe Illustrator but can’t seem to retain that hand drawn quality in your vector graphics, this class is for you!
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This is a short instruction video that takes you through the basics of editing your purchased template with the free online Templett app. View full article >
A step-by-step tutorial on how to create your own adorable little tot using my Baby Portrait Creator. With just a few clicks, you can build your own whimsical character to suit your next baby project. Designing birth announcements, birthday invites, birth stats, nursery art and more couldn’t be easier! A lovely gift for a mom […] View full article >
If you are new to Adobe software, one of the first things you should learn is how to use layers in Illustrator or Photoshop. It’ll save you loads of time, get you organised and help shortcut some common task. View full article >
The Personalised Portrait Creator includes 5 standard hair colours with each hairstyle. But what if the person you are creating has blue hair? Or pink hair? Or even green hair!
The good news is, you can quickly and easily change the colour of any hairstyle in Adobe Photoshop, without losing all that lovely textured detail included in the hair. View full article >
How to quickly and easily apply one of the many patterns included in the Personalised Portrait Creator to the clothing items. View full article >