This summer I was featured on the Adobe Creative Cloud blog! In the article I talk about the creative process and how to make the most out of your spontaneous inspiration by using Adobe Capture app! Read the post here.
Awhile back, as you may remember, I had created my first tutorial because I was really loving using the new Adobe Capture App in my work flow. This is an app which allows you to take your sketches or drawings and create vector images of them. You can also create color palettes and brushes. It's really fun and easy to use! Read More
So why is taking time off so good for our creative brain? Even if you don’t THINK that you are creative… you are. In whatever job you have, you think in a creative way, come up with solutions to problems, find patterns. Those are all creative ways of thinking. Our capacity for output is only as good as our input. We spend so much time working and thinking about work that our brains get overloaded with information. Everyone needs a different amount of free time for their brain to sort through all of that information, but everyone does need some time. Read More
I finished the second part of my demo on how to use Adobe Capture CC and Adobe Illustrator to create repeatable patterns from your drawings. In this video you will learn how to use the Live Paint tool and the Pattern tool to color your shapes and then turn them into a repeatable pattern. It's really fun and easy, enjoy! Read More
I've created this free Valentine's wallpaper to use on your phone. Enjoy! Read More
I've been pretty blown away with Adobe's Capture CC app and how easily you can turn your sketches or drawings into vectors. These "shapes" as they call them go directly into your Adobe Library so you can open them in Photoshop or Illustrator. How fun is that? Read More