RedBubble Designs

Creativity in Other Ways

If you've followed me for a while...despite my inconsistency with blogging...you would have seen that sometimes I get a hankering for creating things besides photos. My friend's birthday is tomorrow, and I decided I wanted to create a decor piece with the verse 'Jeremiah 29:12-13' that I am going to frame and give to her.

I created it in photoshop, using my drawing tablet (kind of like a wiacom pad, but it's a off brand tablet that works just as well). I hand drew some of it and the rest is computerized. I haven't had a chance to really play with drawing on my tablet, so I'm not extremely skilled in it yet. With more practice, I should be able to do it all hand drawn, but this time, this will suffice. :)

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It will be matted with a white mat and with a black frame. I am really excited for this gift, and I think she'll like it. We'll see! 

Would love to hear your thoughts!

-Ashley

RedBubble Designs | Personal

So I've recently started my own library on RedBubble, which is simply a website to host independent designs, illustrations, photographs, etc. that you can sell. I really have been wanting to dive into designing different ideas that have come up in my mind and I have really enjoyed this website! It definitely has a unique flare to it, but the great thing I like is that all I have to do is load up my content on the website and it does the rest--it prints, packages and sends the product. For someone who doesn't have the time for that, it's great deal! Of course, they do take a percentage out of each sell. 

Would love to get your feedback on the things I've posted. You can check out my portfolio here or by clicking on the link on the left hand side of my blog (if you're on your computer--mobile viewing will be different). 

And just to throw out there one of the designs I just completed:

This was inspired from the idea of God's love being so deep and tangible. The word "DEEP" falling into the water makes me think of diving head first into God's love and really immersing myself into who He is.

This was inspired from the idea of God's love being so deep and tangible. The word "DEEP" falling into the water makes me think of diving head first into God's love and really immersing myself into who He is.

Thanks for looking! Excited for your feedback.
-Ashley