This is the most tedious, mind numbing, eye burning part of designing fabric. It is also my favorite part. It keeps me in my studio and out of trouble for hours sometimes even days. I love to see people’s process so I hope I’m not geeking out too much by assuming that you might find this interesting. It’s also my clever-ish way of letting you know what’s coming before it actually arrives.
It always starts with a drawing.
Once the basic outline is down I add in the medium and highlights. Now it’s starting to move, I love that part.
Toss in some darks and throw in a pretty little patterned background and I almost have myself a print.
Aaah, little falling feathers. Now wasn’t that fun. If only I had Bob Ross’ skills I could make it “happy” and then I could have my own TV show!
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