I’ve just finalised the four designs mini gift wrap designs I have created for Moobaacluck. The next step will be to work out how best to offer it to people! Clearly it would be easier for me to print sets and have them ready to send out; but there is every possibility that someone would want 4 of only one design..
A glimpse of all four.
What do you think?
I deliberately used only one colour for each gift wrap design because as well as being ideal for wrapping small gifts, I think they would make great scrap booking or crafting papers. Very meticulous children or adults might enjoy colouring elements in!
These will be available shortly on moobaacluck.com and notonthehighstreet.com/moobaacluck – as soon as I’ve worked out the best scenario! I will sleep on it.
Joy – if you are reading this I will send you your set – I haven’t forgotten!!
© Gabriella Buckingham Aug 9th 2012
This is the sketch I will be developing this week into a surface pattern; the end use of which I don’t know yet! I was very encouraged and inspired by the comments on this one in the Flickr group #ippdailydraw.
This is a busy week for me as I only have 4 days to work as its my grandfather’s funeral on Friday and there are Moobaacluck commissions to do of course; and my husband is away today and tomorrow so I won’t have him around to take over the school run etc! I like a challenge but I won’t be hard on myself if I only manage something simple.
Have a good week x
Today’s Photoshop background collage of the single sketch made in #ippdailydraw – this is a 45cm repeat but just the first stage. I used Illustrator to Live Trace and imported the sketch to Photoshop.
So far I see this as a potential fabric design, it looks quite Chintzy!!
I carried on… and this is what I ended up with last night.
© Gabriella Buckingham 2012
I can see mistakes in lining up in this close up and the whole thing looks rather confusing but believe it or not I feel I’ve learned something and considering this whole design is made up of just one sketch I don’t think it’s a bad result. For a professional job I’d do it very differently!
© Gabriella Buckingham – this shows the 45cm repeat
© Gabriella Buckingham – this shows how it might look as a fabric design but the actual print would be quite large not as ditsy ..
So there you have it. I might now go right back to the beginning and do something with a coloured background. Then again I may find I have to leave this experiment here.
What do you think so far?
This was the original sketch for those that didn’t see it:
© Gabriella Buckingham