When it comes to our art and lettering we want our final piece to look GREAT. But sometimes in the process of making it we make a mistake or our kids take a pen to it and make some marks. Well have no fear, Photoshop is here.
Now on SKILLSHARE! Wohoo!
Are you ready to start making money with your lettering?
The starving artist mentality is dying off, now with the rise of the internet and online shopping even a hobbyist like you can make some extra income, heck, you can even start a whole lettering business right from the comfort of your own home. It's what I did.
Here are a couple ways to look at it, you can either custom make each piece or you can make it once, digitize it, and sell prints, mugs, apparel, and much much more.
Mocking up your lettering is a must if you wish to sell it, whether it’s a print or other product. No one has all the things or all the time to be taking fancy photos of the actual print in 10 different settings or in two or three different frames. Watch this video tutorial, taken straight out of my course, and follow along.
I always close the door to the studio when I'm painting, because Evelyn really likes to run around knocking paints and brushes over. Which can get pretty annoying, but then I thought about it, all she wants is to be with me, to do what I do. She just wants to be included.
I decided that we should have a collaboration project. Something that we would both enjoy and she can really participate.