With so many good free resources on the web, it’s tough to get your hands on everything you might find useful… and that’s why I made this little font roundup, called “My Top 12 Free Fonts for Designers.” You’ll probably find most of these in any designer’s toolbox already (I use a lot of these […]
As you may have seen on my twitter or Facebook feeds, I’ve been busy with my pencils again lately, doing portraits of a few more Black History figures (see the others here and here). Some were Canadian, some American, but all have a common bond in that they’ve done great things for humanity. Some of […]
You might remember the Black History portraits I finished up a while back…. Well, in addition to the calendar they were originally commissioned for, Warner Press decided to use a few of them for their new batch of bulletin designs. Here’s a quick pic of the designs after a press check print (making sure colors […]
When you revisit a project after stepping away from it for a while, you inevitably see things you would probably do differently a 2nd time around. I often take breaks from stuff I’m working on just to get it out of my head for a while, then come back and look at it with a […]
Here’s a portrait I was asked to do for my brother-in-law’s girlfriend — he gave it to her for Valentine’s Day this year. 1… 2… 3… AWWWWWW. She said it was the “Most AMAZING Valentine’s gift ever!” I guess that means it was a hit. Happy Valentine’s Day, lovebirds.
If you had told me earlier this year that I’d be wrapping up 2010 by drawing portraits of a dozen African-Canadians, I probably would’ve chuckled, for I am very much American and about as white as it gets. But alas, that’s exactly what happened. It was a great project — I got to focus on […]