How to create your own baby portraits in seconds!

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 >

Playful palette: girly colour palette

This sweet colour palette works well for nursery art, greeting cards or a happy invitation design! One of my favourite colour combos is khaki and pink, it has that soft and hard play about it. Makes me want to grab my mouse and design something!

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Playful palette: summer colour palette

I’ve started sharpening my Procreate skills recently with a daily drawing challenge. I prefer to choose my colour palette upfront before I begin instead of dabbling with various options like I do when I paint or sketch on paper.

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Licence questions for the Personalised Portrait Creator

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.

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Nurturing a budding artist

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.

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Passive income: my advice on selling art as digital products

Selling artwork to earn passive income in the form of digital products or resources is a growing attraction for many designers and artists.

It’s not a new concept though. Royalty free image libraries for example, have been going for decades. But things have changed since then. Dramatically. Now artists have more control over their work and how they sell it.

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