Status Update

Hey followers! I noticed I have gotten a few follows recently despite ┬áthis blog having been fairly quiet for a while now, so I thought I’d update you all a bit on what I’m up to. I’ve opened up an Instagram account, so if you’d like to keep up, following me on Instagram is probably your best bet. I will try to post things here on occasion as well but that’s a more surefire way of seeing the cool things I have been working on. So, if you’re on Instagram, hit this link and enjoy! If not, then I’ll try to keep things interesting over here as well. Cheers!

Greetings from the long-dormant blog!

Hey to all my followers! I just wanted to let you know that, while this blog went dormant a while ago due to other projects taking up the time, I’m going to begin posting some of my other work on here as well. So, I apologize for leaving this quiet as long as I have, but get ready to see some other snippets of work as I post them! Thanks!

J is for James!

J is for James!

Flashback for Erika, whose name I overlooked accidentally when going through the E’s!

Flashback for Erika, whose name I overlooked accidentally when going through the E’s!

And we’re back from the dead, with Isaac! Apologies for the hiatus.

And we’re back from the dead, with Isaac! Apologies for the hiatus.

H is for Hannah

H is for Hannah

G is for Glesni!

G is for Glesni!

Pulling from historical styles again, this time from 17th century calligraphic styles, here is F for Florin!

Pulling from historical styles again, this time from 17th century calligraphic styles, here is F for Florin!

E is for Emma

E is for Emma

This one was commissioned as a birthday gift. I was told that Emily, who is of Chinese and Scots-Irish heritage, liked both Chinese and Celtic styles. As I have no experience in Asian languages and have had an interest in the Irish 8-9th century manuscripts for a long time, I opted for the Celtic look, pulling lettering styles, elements, patterns and colors from the manuscripts such as The Book of Kells and the Lindisfarne Gospels.

This one was commissioned as a birthday gift. I was told that Emily, who is of Chinese and Scots-Irish heritage, liked both Chinese and Celtic styles. As I have no experience in Asian languages and have had an interest in the Irish 8-9th century manuscripts for a long time, I opted for the Celtic look, pulling lettering styles, elements, patterns and colors from the manuscripts such as The Book of Kells and the Lindisfarne Gospels.

D is for Dennis.
Photo by shortformvideo

D is for Dennis.

Photo by shortformvideo

D for Darin. Inspired by vintage graffiti. I in no way endorse the vandalism of property, just so you know!
(photo by flattop341)

D for Darin. Inspired by vintage graffiti. I in no way endorse the vandalism of property, just so you know!

(photo by flattop341)

D is for Dawson! See a different angle on Dribbble: http://drbl.in/fImd

D is for Dawson! See a different angle on Dribbble: http://drbl.in/fImd

D is for Danielle

D is for Danielle

D for Dan - I kept Dan's on paper, because, well, it just looked good on paper!

D for Dan - I kept Dan's on paper, because, well, it just looked good on paper!