I’m a fan of mini things, like minicomics. That’s why I make so many of them – they’re small, fun, and easy to make.
Turns out, miniprints are easy to make, too.
What’s a miniprint? Well it’s a print (like a poster), but small – like 5 inches by 7 inches, or even as small as 4 inches by 6 inches. They’re not postcards, but they’re the size of one. Continue reading “Introducing the MiniPrint”
This post is going to be informal because that’s how I do.
Normally I work with Copic markers (they have SO MANY colors available and are easy to blend, but are pricey like woah).
However, I’ve been itching to do some new illustrations in a technique I haven’t employed for a long while – colored pencils. It’s not that I don’t like colored pencils. It’s just I don’t get to use them everyday because my default when it comes to coloring anything is markers.
So I’m making what I call a “test illustration,” an illustration made just to practice with the tools. Kind of like my Native American woman, my last illustration I made with watercolors.