Banner with Cricut | Melody Lane

Banner with Cricut | Melody Lane

Using Excel As an Art Medium

Computers have only really become a widely accepted medium for art within the last twenty years, and in the field of movies and animation, most people couldn’t live without it. It has made editing a much easier and faster process, and has completely revolutionized the way animation is created.

Pardon? A Look At Terminology for Buying Paper

Following on from my pencil adventures (don’t know how I stand the excitement) I’ve been searching for the perfect paper to use them on. I must admit, up until this point I’d largely just picked up whatever appealed and played with it, but now I’ve got to produce a series of images for a single client it suddenly became a serious issue.

Cartoon Figure Drawing Tips – Improve Your Observation Skill

Cartoon figure drawing is very popular. But most enthusiasts get it wrong because of lack of proper training and guidance. One thing you should keep in mind: it’s all about your skill of observation.

Art In Business Dealings

At first glance you can see the figure of someone carrying what seems to be a brolly and an attach case, the figure is that of a man fitted with a trench coat and a bowler hat. I am rather curious about the entire thing. As a way of showing itself to the world, a new company is responsible for this picture.

Importance of Size in Your Greeting Cards

“It’s not the size mate, it’s how you use it.” This famous quote is referenced to several things in life and is no exception when it comes to a well crafted greeting card. The standard piece of greeting card paper is 8.5″ by 11.” And then folded and turned into a card is approximately 5.5″ by 11″ depending on how and who folded it. Thankfully, none of that matters when you make your own cards.

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