Posts Tagged ‘scribble goth’
Monday, December 10th, 2012
I decided at some point that it would be neat to have some polka-dot crows fabric in my Scribble Goth line, and I finally got around to doodling up some crows with a fountain pen, and then turning them into a pattern. The basic four birds can be seen above, and below there’s the two fabric designs. They’re not for sale yet (I have to buy a $5 test swatch of each before they can be), so if you’re interested in having some crows of your own, just let me know!
I think my favorite part is how 3 of them are looking right, but one crow is like “no, the interesting stuff is over here.”
Categories: Daily Art, Sea Creatures and Other Animals, Whimsical and Strange
Tags: crow, fabric, nfs, pen and ink, scribble goth
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Thursday, May 24th, 2012
If you’re a fan of Sherlock on the BBC and enjoy my Baker Street Tinies, then I have a fabric design for you — Sherlock Flock! I took the tiny-pen-rendered wallpaper from B is for Baker Street, interior, and used my mad Photoshop skillz to create a repeating pattern, then uploaded it to Spoonflower at rather a larger size than the original. You can put it on a skirt, pillow, purse or have a hanky made, whatever your heart desires!
Sherlock Flock, digital pattern for fabric, available at Spoonflower.
My sample swatch came and I may have made a squeaky noise at how cool it was to have and to hold. No idea what I’ll do with it, but here it is in silk crepe de chine:
Categories: Daily Art, Series and Books, Things I'm a Fan Of
Tags: crosshatching, fabric, scribble goth, sherlock, spoonflower