I just found out this morning it was chosen to be a Hand Picked product by the Creative Market team! I’m SO excited and honored they chose my product! Here’s a screenshot above of mine listed with the other Hand Picked products! 😀 😀 😀
Here’s the typeface all typed up together…
It’s also an international font that has a bunch of foreign language glyphs!
And finally, here’s a little comic using Might Could Sans to show off how it looks IRL!
I’m so excited about this and I’ll let you in on a little secret, blog readers: I’m going to be releasing a script font to pair with this font next month! So keep your eyes peeled!
Thanks for following and all your support! 😀
Hello blog readers! I’m deep in the process of making a book about Hayao Miyazaki and I need your help! If you’re an artist/illustrator/writer/designer/photographer/any type of creative, and have a few extra minutes, please take my quick survey! It’s just a few questions about how you came about Miyazaki and what you like about his work!
If you get the chance, thank you so much for taking the time to fill out this survey, and feel free to forward it on to any friends who are also artists and love Miyazaki!
It’s amazing to have this lovely creative community so we can collaborate together like this on projects, and I can’t wait to hear what you guys have to say!
Here’s the link: https://goo.gl/forms/TnSWfP6KauWhbeJ82
Thank you again! 😀
Hey guys! My newest Skillshare class went live last week if you’re interested in checking it out!
Vector illustrations are cool because they can be infinitely resized and always edited!
But mine usually turn out all wonky, and I HATE the pen tool! So I figured out a better way to vector, using the iPad Pro to draw illustrations with an actual pen (not the pen tool) and that actually LOOK hand drawn even once they’re vectorized!
Check out the class page to learn more!
Here’s this month’s comic! You might notice I’ve expanded my topic a bit, and this one is the first HISTORY comic!
PLUS, you can see the full process behind how these comics are made, including work-in-progress shots, time lapse drawing videos, and live PSD files of each comic as a patron on my Patreon page!
Thanks for following the series! 🙂
Woo-hoo! I’m finally releasing my newest project out into the world! Announcing: the Might Could Foodie Icons!
These icons are now available for purchase on Creative Market, and I’m so happy with how they turned out! I love food and I love drawing, so I made a bunch of food drawings of different international cuisines and cooking tools for you to use in all your foodie projects!
There are individual packs, or the Mega Pack includes all packs in my international cuisine Foodie Icon collection, and saves you over 50% off if you had bought the packs individually!
Included in this Mega Pack:
- 5 international cuisines (Asian, French, Italian, Latin American, American)
- 1 FREE BONUS cuisine (Indian)
- 1 cooking category
- 1 spices + herbs category
You can use these illustrations on whatever food industry project you’re working on! Maybe you’re a…
- …sushi restaurant owner revamping your menu?
- …designer creating a pop up bakery event invitation!
- …developer making a new takeout food delivery app!
- …teacher looking to spice up your homework worksheet on international cuisine!
- …food blogger hoping to catch the eye of more readers with your next post!
Whatever your foodie needs, I’ve got you covered.
What’s in the package:
- 6,000 total icons
- 1,300 hand drawn icons
- 275 hand drawn typography labels
- 5 different versions of each icon (outline, outline w/ label, white fill, color fill, and label only)
- 1 editable/scalable vector Ai file of all icons
- 1 preview PNG showing all icons in the package
3 formats of each icon (Ai, EPS, PNG) » Individual files for EPS/PNG for easy placement!
4 sizes of PNG (256px, 128px, 64px, 32px) » Saves you so much time!
All PNGs are on transparent background » Just drop them in your design!
Here’s a preview of all the icons you get with the Asian Cuisine pack:
If you don’t need all 6 cuisines (+cooking+spices+herbs), you can buy the cuisine packs individually! There are 5 different international cuisines available: (Asian, French, Italian, Latin American, American) and you can also purchase the Cooking or Spices + Herbs packs separately.
Is a cuisine or food missing from any of these packs that you were hoping to see? Email me or comment here to let me know and I’ll look into updating the pack with your suggestion!
I’d be thrilled if you took a look at the icons and let me know what you think! Creative Market is an awesome place with tons of great resources, and I’m so glad to be a part of the community now!
Thanks again for all your support and for following along with me! 🙂