I’ve been working on broadening my horizon by doing some Photoshop manipulations and uploading them on DeviantART primarily because there are some restrictions to off-site use (i.e. uploading to another server). So below are the ones I’ve worked on. This is literally about the first week I’ve ever tried reaching into this category.
Stock by http://dezzan-stock.deviantart.com/, http://redheadstock.deviantart.com/, http://neveryph-stock.deviantart.com/, http://keepwaiting.deviantart.com/, http://kirilee.deviantart.com/, and http://tigers-stock.deviantart.com/.
For below, click on the image to see the stock creators.
I recently did this logo design for an up-and-coming producer who does trap/dubstep (heavy bassline stuff).
I also helped him come up with his name (a shortened/adjusted version of what he used already). For SEO, no one else has this name so he should do well.
This is NOT a font. I made this from scratch in Illustrator using basic rectangles.
I provide vocals for producers (all EDM from electro to dubstep right now). I originally came up with this logo back in 2004. It’s still amazingly current. I haven’t changed anything, but remove “DJ” as I don’t produce tracks anymore. I’ll leave that to the pros.
Here is the branded set (the treatment varies):
I used a theme for the website, but changed out the background. Quite frankly, I didn’t have the time to put something up from scratch (I can always do it later – yay for WordPress) and the domain was sitting collecting dust with outdated stuff. If you want me to build you a website and want to use a pre-made theme, I can edit the fonts, graphics, backgrounds, etc. for a lower cost than it would to do it from scratch.
I needed a set for my writing endeavors (I’ve published two and wanted to link them up fully to every avenue).
Bookstore Icons by April Sadowski is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
This was a commission for a turntable avatar. After investing six days into it, I decided to build it out into a proper illustration. The hexagonal fabric pattern is a Photoshop pattern that is masked so I could allow for variances in intensity.