Chronological iterations on a hand lettered logo design. Old to new, top to bottom.
I refined the letters gradually and then began working on sketches for the accompanying mark.The first tree was too busy at small sizes.
The advice at the top of that screenshot is some of the best I’ve ever heard and it applies to almost anything.
I used to work in primarily this chunky, heavily spotted black style of inking. I don’t do it often anymore, but when I do it fits like an old glove.
Specialization may beget commercial success, but it opens the door to creative stagnation. I work in a range of styles and practice new techniques every day now. It’s been a happier way to work!
My witchsona! Super late thanks to a two day migraine and a power outage but I was determined to do it.
Done entirely in Manga Studio 5 with Frenden’s brushes, both of which I VERY highly recommend.
The BEST part about creating drawing tools is seeing the rad stuff y’all make.
Free Manga Studio and Clip Paint Tilt-a-Sketch Pencil
This pencil responds to tilt in a realistic way allowing you to shade with the side of its virtual lead. It It’s a perfect compliment to the wash brush set. Make your lines with this pencil and color them with the wash brushes!
Or, reblog this post for a chance to win one of every brush set I’ve ever made!