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Out of my entire collection of stuffed animal illustrations, I think that this one is my favorite. I love the pink, brown, and cream of this image. The zebra turned out just adorable and I can just see it on a kid’s blog or website. My girls love zebras, so this would be perfect for them. If I can find a use for it, I will definitely be using this one.
This illustration also took much longer than the other ones. All those stripes took a long time to clean up and define. But it is still a 15 credit purchase (just like the penguin and the cat).
I love creating stock imagery. There are no deadlines, and I am given complete creative license. The only downside is that there is no guarantee that something will be a success. You are at the mercy of the search engines and a buyer’s taste. I have created lots of files, but only a few become really popular.
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Here is another stock illustration that I recently added to my iStock portfolio. My sister-in-law loves cats and is desperately in love with her own feline companion. My brother would be jealous if she didn’t also love him just as desperately. I had her (and her kitten) in mind when I created this stuffed cat illustration. I had a cat that was orange and yellow when I was a little girl and although it was horrible and wild, I loved it. So I guess I created this illustration for both of us.
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I haven’t added anything to my iStockphoto portfolio for quite a while now and I thought it was time to get back on the horse. I recently purchased the Adobe Creative Suite and was anxious to try it out. I really enjoy the expanded effects and tools that are now available to me. I just love drawing these little stuffed animals, and I needed a baby penguin to add to my collection. I thought this would be perfect for a website for kids or babies. It would also be kind of fun for themed birthday cards. The best thing about vector illustrations is that they can be blown up to any size without getting pixelated.
I thought of the phrase “There is nothing in this world more beautiful than a daughter” a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to create something for my little girls’ room, and I felt like the opportunity presented itself when those words popped into my head. I drew the daisies in pen and ink first, then painted them in bright watercolors. I spent a lot of time holding the brush as far away from me as possible while I was creating the splatters, but I got pretty messy anyway. I scanned the painting and made all the adjustments I wanted and added the text at the top. I can’t wait to get this up on the wall!
Here is the finished business card design for my sister-in-law. It is an expression of her and an extension of her products. If you haven’t already, you really should check out her blog and etsy shop. She is creative and crafty and a super fun person. Her energy really comes through.
Here are the updated designs for my sister-in-law’s business cards. I am personally a huge fan of the brightly colored designs. I just love how they pop. Nobody would misplace your business card if it were this colorful! I also enjoy the more muted tones of the softer color palette. It is feminine and slightly romantic. I can’t wait to see which one she likes!
My sister-in-law contacted me the other day about creating some business cards for her. She has a craft blog and Etsy shop and is super creative. I designed her cards with her personality in mind, developing three options that expressed her as well as her products. I’ll post the final business card design once she has decided on one.