So, don’t ask me how it happened… but I accidentally switched my desktop background from something epic to a pixelated image of a child smashing a pinata with a stick. With that, I had to dig through my trash bin for my desktop image and came across these old photoshop images I did several years ago. Thought they were worth posting.
I did some arts and crafts today. Made a new sketch book! That means I have something new to start doing some new drawings.
Well, it’s official I guess. As of today the Etsy Store has stickers. About this time last year I spent a lot of time drawing in my sketchbook before going to bed. And a lot of those drawings just ended up sitting there not really doing anything other than sitting in my sketchbook. With that, I felt like they could get put to better use if I did something with them.
What came to mind, obviously, was to turn them into stickers. If you haven’t checked out the store before… now it definitely the time. I have 6 brand new items that just posted today.
How well these stickers will do is still totally up in the air. But honestly, I am okay with that… because, at the end of the day the store is mostly just a hobby anyway. A creative outlet that lets me put my art out there. Who knows… if these stickers do well, I might release some new stickers in the future. Which would give me a reason to dust off my sketchbook and start drawing something new.
Well, as it turns out one of my friends at church is actually pretty freaking legit at drawing. With that in mind I talked them into sending me one of their sketches so that I could bring it to life with a little color and pizzazz. I think it turned out pretty good considering the fact that what I had to work with was already great to being with.
Not sure if this will end up heading anywhere, but I wouldn’t be surprised if we both team up in the near future with some more collaboration sketches that potentially turn into something bigger like zines or DIY comics. Could be pretty sweet if you ask me.
More details on this to come as it develops in its own timing.