LETTERING + GRAPHICDESIGN LEARNING
When I first got into font making, hearing "customized (or coded) font features" made me question if I really knew what they were. I went digging away and an entire new
I realized the other day that I did some short mini vids on Instagram wayyyy back on how to recolor textures in Procreate, but never a tutorial here. Introducing textures
It's the last Thursday in January, which means it's time for your free February 2017 desktop wallpapers! This month's wallpaper was created with a Micron 05 (.45mm), scanned in and vectorized in Illustrator.
If you love lettering and are ready to take things up a notch, converting your lettering into a font is a great next step! Not only will you experience typing
2016 was a really intense work year for both Spence and I. I sat in front of my computer more than I didn't, but it led to a lot of
One of my favorite parts about this year was experimenting with more art supplies than I ever have before. I definitely didn't love everything I tried, but I do have a
Since Procreate's latest update is less than a month old, it's time for a new iPad lettering tutorial! If you checked out my iPad Lettering class from a couple versions earlier,
Happy Tuesday! These Tuesdays are my favorite because I get to share a class I love and send it out into the world. Today's class, Fantastic Flourishes, is no
Happy December! Now that the holiday season is in full swing, I wanted to offer up a fun hand lettering technique for your (any time of the year) stationery, too! This
Happy Thursday! This week was a big week as I finally completed and released the Espresso Roast font trio. As you can imagine, a trio of fonts that all
Today’s the last Thursday in October, so it’s time for your free November 2016 desktop wallpapers! This month’s wallpaper was hand lettered on an iPad Pro using an Apple pencil.
In Tuesday's post when I introduced my newest course, Brush Lettering with Watercolor, I mentioned that when I started brush lettering with watercolor, it was the first time