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Category Archives: Illustrations

Current digital painting in progress

As I read this book, “Secret Lives of Great Artists: What Your Teachers Never Told You About Master Painters and Sculptors,” I got inspired to paint — well digitally at least. Here’s progress… let’s just hope that I finish it this time… However, as Auguste

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Driveby Updates as Usual

So these past days a lot has happened, including my friends trying to convince me to be a comedian since I have crazy, dramatic and hilarious life stories. I’m sure many of you are going through the same. However, I haven’t had much to say because

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from me, Design Lady in NYC. I did two of these originally for my facebook profile page. This was the first one. This is the 2nd one. These were done with Photoshop and Illustrator. Happy Holidays!

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Header illustration

The header is still a work in progress on the site. I figured since I live in NYC and this blog is called Design Lady NYC. It should have something that shows NYC… so I decided to try the skyline. The headers were made in

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Variable Tee

I was playing around with illustrator the other day and decided to come up with this concept: I’m variable. Currently this one says Variable. I am looking at different ways to get it printed but this current Women’s V neck Shirt is $23 each if

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Painting mural with team

Incredible Team! Originally uploaded by Jerlyn Thomas This is the great team that did this masterpiece :-)! I got up at 6 am. I was in the office by the time I usually get up. I also had no coffee (haven’t had coffee for 2

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Mural Phase 1

Today we went to sketch the mural – field trip! We went to the camp grounds to do so… to prep the area for our upcoming volunteer day. My coworker and I decided to free draw the mural instead of projecting it, since we both

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High Contrast Mural Drawing

This is what I am sketching out today for volunteer day tomorrow. It’s for a vision impaired camp that’s why the colors are in high contrast. I haven’t used illustrator in awhile so this was a change in my norm: coding or designing. The team