I decided to do today’s illustration in black & white to see how I need to improve my eye for highlights and shadows. It came out fairly well, but it dead shed light on some areas that need improvement. The beauty of monochromatic images is the tones don’t lie. I can see that I need to work on creating better contrast between tonal values. It’s about to be a long road, but I’m still strapped in for the ride.
Minimalistic yet effective. I love it.
Hey everyone! Just a quick post to let you know that my new website is up and running (sort of). I say sort of because currently only the photography section is fully linked up and working. There are still a few creases to iron out across the whole site, fonts, domain name a facebook page to link, but otherwise it has progressed well.
Here are a few screenshots of the website, or you could take the preferred version and hit this link up and view it for yourself!
Cheers for stopping by!
Keeping with the theme of infographics, here I have compiled a list of SOME of my favorite infographics that I have come across with in the past few years. I hope you enjoy them. (Click on them to open in a new window)
I also found this pretty cool free online tool to create a wallpaper infographic about yourself. Try it out here:
*Make sure to change the language to English, though, because it is in Portuguese.
For more infographics visit these cool sites:
I just adore the minimilistic approach.
Love Alison Carmichael´s handlettered typography and designs.