The Autumn That Passed in a Blur!

I've been hard at work these past couple of months! Several new projects were added to my portfolio, including a website design project for a dear friend of mine over at The Crunchy Leaf, a logo design project for the ever-amazing Weltz Paintball, and artwork designs for a paintball team called the Howling Hobbits. Additionally, tons of my Crusade … Continue reading The Autumn That Passed in a Blur!

Stay Positive By Embracing Your Negative Emotions

Recently, life threw a handful of rough curve balls and stormy skies at me. Imagine that moment when you're walking along, blissfully happy with the shining sun, your health, your work, and pretty much everything else happening in your life when suddenly you trip, land face first into a pile of mud, ruin your favorite … Continue reading Stay Positive By Embracing Your Negative Emotions

Why Someone Stalking Your Online Work Might Actually Be A Good Thing!

For anyone that's had to deal with a stalker, whether in real life or in cyberspace, you know that it can be pretty scary. No one should have to feel threatened or frightened for their life or their family's well-being. But sometimes, if someone's creeping around on your website, portfolio, or other social media pages … Continue reading Why Someone Stalking Your Online Work Might Actually Be A Good Thing!

Tutorial: How To Turn a Raster Image Into 1 Color That Edits Like Vector Art in Adobe Illustrator

This tutorial uses both Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator and is probably most handy for screen printing companies. That is where I learned the technique after all. In traditional screen printing it's best to use vector art for printing spot color films (which are used to burn the screens). Vector art is crisp, you can … Continue reading Tutorial: How To Turn a Raster Image Into 1 Color That Edits Like Vector Art in Adobe Illustrator