Especially when you give the gift of a Sketch of Life Wedding Story! Fun for the couple, fun for the family and friends. But the most fun will be for you - the gift giver. You will be the hit of the wedding with such a unique and creative gift. Truly!
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Friday, November 4, 2016
Riley was done in an 11x14 size. He just turned one and his mom wanted to celebrate all the fun things Riley has achieved so far! This one was more themed with a color scheme: Mickey Mouse and the Mickey Mouse colors of red, yellow, and black. Since this one had so much black in it, I ended up loving the black and white version and had to take a picture of it!
I really enjoyed doing this portrait of Riley and I love how the red and yellow pops with all the black! As you can see, with an 11x14 you can get up to ten mini portraits plus tons of additional info on top of that. Also, if you are interested, I can keep you updated on the progress of your portrait. Riley's mom loved the progress shots and it was fun to hear her excitement for the final product!
To get your Sketch of Life started email me today at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is some back and forth emailing as I gather all the details you want included in your Infocomic (is that a word? I am totally making it up, but it describes what these are perfectly!), so be prepared!
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Meet Sophia Rae: a cute little blondie with tons of personality and imagination! From one glance at her Sketch of Life you can see some of her favorite things: her baby brother, horses, Ariel, and playing with her toys.
Sophia was done on an 11x14 piece of 140 lb paper. The thick paper adds to the quality of the piece, as well as making it more durable and long lasting. With the 11x14 you can get anywhere from 8-10 characterizations of the subject, plus plenty of room left over for some of her favorite things! (Colors, food, TV shows, even her height and weight at that age).
An 11x14 is the largest size we have (though the 12x12 is comparable), and definitely gives enough information to keep the viewer fully immersed!