Last week, I shipped out a couple of sample packages to clients who are interested in commissioned projects. The samples consist of a collection of stuff I have been working on in the past months, including some toys, the vaccines book, thealphabeticals book, a customizedManeki Neko, and some promotional toys.
When I had everything collected on my desk, I was quite happy with the collection. So happy that I had to share it with you. This is what you get when you ask for a sample if you are sincerely interested in commissioned work.
Here is the dino scientist and, in the foreground, two human scientists from the Cubicityset:
I wish you all a Happy New Year! May 2016 be peaceful and in a good sense “boring”, so that we can get excited for the right reasons.
Above is a little New Year’s card I made for friends and family – and which I’d now like to share with you, dear reader.
And here, just to give you an idea of the process, is the very first sketch of the idea:
You may notice that the sketch contains a bunch of happy little animals. Those turned out to be a bit too distracting and noisy, so they had to go – with a very generous exception for the bug and the butterfly.