Finding your illustration style can be a long journey. Your style is constantly developing.
With the vast quantity of illustrations online it can be difficult to stand out and to be seen as a unique artist. Every illustrator professional or hobbyist has stumbled upon similar work or found their work looking unoriginal.
But do not fear. Here are some quick tips to stay unique and to find a style that really reflect you individuality.
If you’ve been alive in the last year you may have heard of an app called instagram. If you hav’nt its a photo and video sharing app. That allows you to post and share content with your followers. Instagram stories have been around since August 2016 they let you share a series of videos or photos that disappear after 24 hours.
With instagrams recent changes to the algorithm, it is harder for content creators/personal account and brands to get their work seen by their followers. Instagram stories may be the secret into engaging your audience and reaching your followers you may not reach with a regular post. Here’s my 12 tips to create engaging instagram stories easily.
GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format. It is pronounced as the word as “jif” with a soft “G“. GIFs have been around over 30 years. Back in the mid to late 90s, at the dawn of the Internet age, GIFs were tacky little clipart images that moved skittishly, often scattered across sites.
“I’ve been 40 years discovering that the queen of all colors was black,” said Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
But what makes black such a dominant colour?
First of all black is physically a dominant colour as mixed with any colour black will overpower it. Black can turn yellow into a murky dark mustard, the smallest amount of black can reduce red to a deep wine colour
Black has a wide range of associations. It can be linked with death, magic, and darkness, but it can also symbolize elegance, wealth, restraint, and power.
Black is the first colour ever used by artists in prehistory and the first ink used in early texts. Black played an important role in the development of art.