April 2, 2012

Free Digital Week, Illustrator CS4 tip!

Sorry this digital has been removed, you can buy this digital in my online store (Creative Bug Digital's) for just $1.00!!
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Hi everyone! I hope everyone is doing well, we are down with the flu so instead of trying to make it to my craft room I decided to sit with my son, cuddle and draw at the same time!!! I am so happy I can choose another avenue to keep posting everyday! 

Soooo , this week is going to be FREE DIGITAL WEEK!!!!!!  They say there is a silver lining to everything so I guess this is it for me! I am also going to take advantage of this time and find some blog hops so if you know of any don't hesitate to tell me!!!

Today I have a Easter bunny for you considering Easter is sneaking up on us so fast! Enjoy!!!

Illustrator CS4 tip for beginners:
Do you have drawings that you want to make come alive on the Web????

For Illustrator beginners you may love to know that you can sketch a drawing on paper,  scan it, open it in Illustrator, make that layer a template by double clicking on the layer... you will have an options box, choose template, 50% and close... Then you will create another layer,  use your pen tool to create lines and trace your image and voila ,  your image is now digital!

I watched the movie "Memoirs of a Geisha" yesterday morning and I was inspired to draw! I mean really draw but I didn't have any charcoal so I simply sketched  in my notebook using a regular pencil, lol... but the turnout was really good, isn't she beautiful!!!!!!

Scanned Image, free to download


Christina said...

Oh you clever girl to be able to draw like this. The rabbit is cute but the Geisha is fantastic... I too have seen that film and it is very good...

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are great!! i loveeeeee your drawing!

Sherrie K. said...

Seriously.....wow, you rock girl!! Love your drawing-very creative and so talented! TFS!
Sherrie K

Sherrie K. said...

Thanks for the adorable digi!
Sherrie K

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