By creating your prints digitally, we can explore so many different styles, even within our three common offerings. Below is an animation with three examples of the same portrait. Remember, this is as fun for us as it is for you, so challenge and inspire us!
Below is one of our latest Artography Prints of Actress, Model and fellow Dinner with Dreamers alumni Allee Sutton Hethcoat. She is currently competing in the Miss Tennessee Pageant.
The great thing about these prints is that we never know exactly what they will turn out to become. We felt that this design deserved its own blog post. Let us know what you think!
When you are ready, just reach out and contact us for your print!
Our prints are more than just great pieces of art; they help enliven and accentuate environments. Whether in your home, your coffee house, bar or restaurant, these prints bring out the best in the space and tell a deeper and more exciting story.
Having been a designer for nearly the past thirty years, you learn to streamline processes and maximize all your can out of your design programs. Today, design programs have become highly intuitive and incredibly robust, allowing us designers to do things today that could not have ever been considered even a decade ago. Consider this video showing Graphic designers of today, using the first version of Photoshop (which I started my career using!)
Today, we are able to layer, to edit using groups, colors, shapes, etc. Which means that we can get highly detailed in the editing process for your custom piece of art. Want see what you would look like going from a blonde to a brunette? We can show you in seconds!
Think you might like to see different color options for clothing or accessories; we design our layers to show you in minimal time and allow you to explore your creative thoughts.
So when you are ready for a fun, enjoyable experience that results in a dynamic and visually spectacular custom piece of art - give reach out and we'll begin the process.
Here are just a few of the ideas that came out of the two color celebrity series project designed for a friend of ours. All of these prints were created using only the Wacom tablet and the same general background imagery.