Creating Illustrations

Last week I was spending the day at home working on illustration content which you can see here. I wanted to document some behind the scenes of the drawing process and what equipment I use to create my drawings. It turned into a mini home shoot with my tripod and iPhone as a remote. I am planning to do take outfit photos of this skirt, its the same silhouette as my green one and I just love it! H&M has so many good bits in at the moment.

Dave is away with work for the next two weeks and as I don’t know that many people in LA I’m spending a lot of time at home alone. To avoid going stir-crazy I’ve been filling my time with creating new art, plenty in-coming just a few bits to finish off and I’m also planning some more sewing projects.

To create my drawings I use a Wacom tablet, Apple MacBook with USB-C Hub as my MacBook only has one port. I love having the Wacom as I draw directly on the tablet to the screen using photoshop. Its just like drawing on paper but I no longer have the hassle of scanning the paper copy onto my computer to then photoshop it. Just makes the lines and over all illustration cleaner. I do miss having my a sketch book full of line drawings though. This is just cleaner and streamlined my process so much! I’m thinking up so ideas for new drawings, if you have any ideas of what you’d like to see, let me know in the comments!

*Affiliate link included

Skirt – H&M
Cardigan – H&M
T-shirt – Topshop
Hairband – New Look
Laptop Case – Skinny Dip
Charger Case – Amazon

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