As hosts of the Honest Designers Show, we’re often asked how we successfully make a living from selling digital products. The challenges and questions we hear from listeners vary slightly but ultimately it all boils down to one burning question, “How to sell digital products and make a living doing it!”.View full article >
As a creative, I spend a lot of time looking for colour inspiration and palette ideas. I think it’s fair to say that you don’t have to be a designer to know the importance of colour choice in the success of a design.View full article >
We’re extremely excited to have recently hosted a very special guest on the Honest Designers Show, Mr. Aaron Draplin!
Aaron is arguably one of the most respected designers in the industry, and a bit of a personal hero for all four of us who host the show. I haven’t had the privilige of seeing him live at one of his many talks, but he is undeniably a super engaging character and well liked in the industry.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 >
Recently my Personalised Portrait Creator has received a lot of interest in the photographic community. I’m so thrilled and excited about the enthusiasm and hope this ever-expanding kit will be beneficial to a photographic business.
I do however realise that licensing may be new to many photographers who seldom use licenced graphic art in their business.
So I thought I’d put together a quick post to clarify the most common areas of confusion and hopefully answer some of the frequently asked questions.View full article >
What’s your earliest creative memory?
I remember sitting on the floor at our lounge coffee table drawing a giraffe. It couldn’t have been very good, I was only four at the time.View full article >