A while ago, I got some professional feedback on Church in the Wildwood, my first font ever. I decided to take it to heart, because I thought it would be a great learning experience. Now I feel like I have learned a lot and will be armed with more knowledge and experience for my next font family. I’ll skip to the present, a year later, after on-and-off editing, changes, reworking, and hours in Illustrator and Glyphs App: I’m very pleased to re-release an all-new Church in the Wildwood!
In the past few weeks, I’ve been on my own little adventure cooking up a new texture series. My family and I live in the farmland of Wayne County, Ohio, so I felt it was time to take a little country tour and make some rustic textures. Armed with my camera, tripod, scanner, laptop, and extension cord/surge protector, I started the tour around our house. Beauty, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder, and while not many people might find much to look at in old wood with peeling paint, or might wrinkle their nose at a deck that needs a coat of paint, a designer knows full well that these rustic surfaces are super useful for design projects, especially when translated from 3D to digital. So begins our little country tour.
Hello everyone! I just wanted to give you the heads up on a new Creative Market mega deal running for the next week. I don’t have any of my own products in this one, but for one week only, you can pick up over $1100 worth of quality design resources for only $39! There are some pretty cool products in here. Check it out!
Here are some of my favorite products in the bundle: Continue reading