Archive for 2011
A quick illustration test with Astute Graphics’ VectorScribe (an add-on for Adobe Illustrator, which adds a whole bunch of useful, “This is what I’ve always needed” features). I started the trial yesterday, and already I’ve decided that it’s a must-have, so that’ll be my treat to myself in the new year!
In what’s now, hopefully, the aftermath of the London Riots, it’s now time to rebuild communities and help out those whose homes, jobs and businesses that have been destroyed.
Unfortunately due to work commitments, I wasn’t able to get out to help with any of the fantastic clean-up operations. So, instead, I looked to find another way that I could help, and designed this t-shirt to sell.
So I managed to get myself a Google+ invite earlier, and spend a bit of time over my lunch break playing around with it and getting familiarised. First impressions are that it’s a prettier version of Facebook. It’s got most of the same functionality (except for Events, which are a key reason in why I’ve […]
I’ve finally just finished the lower-case characters for my Metal Beer font. Next step, numbers and special characters, so there’s a working alphabet, and then, eventually, I’ll take a look at the upper-case characters. If anyone knows of any free/cheap software to convert these into a real font, I’d love to hear about it, please. […]
Last year, I created a limited-character font for a beer label illustration – I’ve finally revisited it and started creating the rest of the alphabet. If I can get it completed soon, then I’ll likely look into converting it into a real, usable font which I may sell, so keep an eye out!