If you've been following the blog, you'll know about my problems with unscrupulous image thieves selling my designs on Amazon. It's been challenging, but, it also forces me to get on with some other things that have been on the back burner.
Today i've been concentrating on further development of characters that have been hiding in my sketchbooks, for products, which are so personalised that they'd be too much trouble for image thieves to steal (see my new range of business cards - only a couple of designs up so far in my 'Brodafolio' shop in Zazzle, but from little acorns!).
Here's a sneak preview of the character development, so far, of a little wriggly, jiggly bookworm that is going to have pride of place on a business card ideal for a teacher or librarian - I mean, why should these type of products be so..dowdy. I want to fill them up with lots of fun characters so that when the person hands one over, they'll be instantly memorable - education is fun, let's keep reminding people of that!
So far in 'Brodafolio' we have Alfie with his giant apple for his favourite teacher - but don't worry, he won't be on his own for long!
As always, have a creative day, and i'll see ye tomorra!
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The blog posts of David Brodie, a Scottish artist based near Glasgow.