Remember I sdetailed my plans to use Redbubble.com as an outlet for some of my designs? It turns out the one piece that sells there is a watercolor piece of the Tybee Lighthouse outside of Savannah, GA. It’s beautiful, but not what I’d thought would be my best seller. I guess I need to refocus … Continue reading A Strange Turn of Events
What a great day! Work went great! And now I’m prepping for my 1 yr wedding anniversary with a trip to Savannah, GA. I’m feeling more comfortable as a someone in charge of production. I get to use all of my skills. I have a new chance at being me. I can work digitally and … Continue reading Accomplished
For my family and friends, it comes as no surprise that one of my sources of creative inspiration is Walt Disney. More specifically, the animation and otherwise artistry of the Studio and Parks is, in my opinion, some of the best work ever done, anywhere in the world. Glowing review right? I don’t work for … Continue reading Eureka!
It’s no secret that the world of design is full of bad, naughty, impatient, mean… 2 days later …awful, terrible clients. The nit-pickers want perfection, but refuse to negotiate payment when the project goes over budget due to time wasted on endless revisions. Vague-ists expect mind reading levels of understanding from a brief only 10 … Continue reading Good Clients
Today – July 5, 2017 – I worked on a logo for a learn-to-code opportunity for kids. I had planned on working on this contest over the weekend, but just got around to it today with Independance Day disrupting my habits. In my email inbox sat a message from 99designs.com that one of the contests … Continue reading Persistance
This logo is copyright to Justin Mason. I was hired to make this a week and a half ago. Work started on Monday and I delivered the final files last night. I learned something new: Acrobat Pro can edit text, but only if it’s on a flat line. It couldn’t edit the curved text in … Continue reading First Logo Job!