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Kicking it old school.. what do you think? Should I do more handpainted patterns?
BunnyWrap

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Want to see how I do my vector doodles?
SketchToFinish
First I start with a doodle, then I re-draw the doodle with my fancy art pens, then I scan the image and auto trace the image in Illustrator. After I clean it up and add some color it still looks hand drawn, but it’s vector! Neat, huh?
Okay.. the art pens aren’t that fancy.

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Ahh! June.. the best time to get outside, enjoy the sun, and work on some Holiday prints!
Designastration_SketchesGetting ready for Printsource August! Simply the best time of year to be in NYC. I’m looking forward to it already! Didn’t I just get back?

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Something all designers and illustrators can relate to is the flip-flopping of the seasons. In Springtime I was working on Holiday prints.. now that it’s the Holidays.. well.. I’m drawing a lot of cottontails!
Not gonna lie: Still listening to Christmas music (with an erie smile on my face) while I’m drawing the eyelashes on all those critters.
Easter

New images on the website! Check them out: www.Designastration.com

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Mermaids_TiffanyLaurencioNow that I’m listed on PrintsourceNewYork.com as an exhibitor, I’m getting a lot more hits on my website. Although I update the password protected section every other day, I haven’t updated the public area in a while. My original plan was to wait until after the show to put up some of the newer work on the portfolio section of the website, but to be honest some of the work on their now is looking a little dated compared to the shiny, new work. I’ll be choosing 3-4 of the newest pieces and updating the site over this weekend. Here is one! Aren’t these ladies lovely? Robyn, Jesse, and Julie were my inspiration. The best mermaids a girl could ask for!

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QueensGame

Another e-book has been started!  This one’s called ‘The Queen’s Game’. Since it’s got an Indian undertone it’s become a great chance for me to use my love of patterns by incorporating them into the character’s world. The text in the story itself bounces along sweetly and I really wanted the paisley pattern to move with the characters, flow with the text and ultimately enhance the atmosphere of the story. Ideally, the texture and color of the paint will add a whole other level.

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