Hello New Branding
In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been working really hard to redo my branding, and to make a statement with my little company that I feel I haven't before.
More and more I’ve been trying to embrace who I am with my artwork and I have so many ideas about what I want to bring to the front. Simply put, I’m an illustrator/designer, who loves color, art, and design (with a splash of coffee ). For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been this way. As a girl, I loved the artwork in my children's books and tried recreating it with my sketchbook and colored pencils throughout my childhood. I loved construction paper, craft supplies, and making things. This is me, this is who I am. I know if you are a creative and you are reading this, then you know all to well what it is to have a passion for art and creation, and how it literally flows through you with everything you touch and feel about your surrounding world. As creatives, the entire world and environment around us is based on our passion for color and creativeness. It is who we are and why should we deny is in any way?
As a creative, I change my style from time to time, and as I evolve I like to switch it up. This past year I’ve been itching to change my color world, and how I approach my brand. But with family issues and a heavy year it has been pushed to the back burner as things do sometimes, I mean we’re adults and adulting gets real sometimes. I really wanted to show you not only more of my creative side with scrapping and design, but show you more of my illustrator side. I haven't heard of many artists that hopped into this business and knew that’s what they were going to do. In fact, you often hear they kinda just fell into it and fell in love with it while pursuing their history major or business degree. But as it often happens, the creative juices flow, and you find yourself being taken away with color, texture, and the passion of art. I myself have two years towards a k-6 education degree and I am a certified pharmacy technician. I never thought 8 years ago I would be pursuing a passion for digital scrapbooking. And back then I never even tried it! I fell in love with the creative side of designing and really just went for it as a hobby to make extra money.
Lately, I've been wanting to show more of this illustrator side, and to do so, make some doodles for you, while also showcasing some of my artwork. I follow so many wonderful illustrators online, and I am so inspired by them to break out of the box and expand my horizons.
I hope you will join me this year as I show you my style of design.