After making do with a number of temporary solutions for lugging around my drawing materials, it dawned on me that designing my own pencil case would be much cooler — and a lot more fun.
Before tightening up the lettering with pencil on tracing paper, I did a bunch of studies with felt-tipped brush markers (my set of Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens especially got a workout) and Winsor & Newton Series 7 brushes. The layout was dictated by the proportions of my carrying case design, so I settled on a simple composition. Finally, I vectorized the mark in Adobe Illustrator, and the artwork was off to the printer.
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over 1 year ago
really cool work, mate!
Just so smooth and slick.
Love this typo! @Ken Barber
Those curves are to die for
That ‘ri’ join made my day
Ken, you’re my hero.
very nice! You are my hero too
Thanks for all the positive feedback.
Aw shucks, Hannes and Laura, now I'm blushing. :)
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