A Designer's 'Block'

I'm Josephine, a graduate of the animation and interactive media course at the RMIT University, Melbourne. I am currently working as a graphic designer in my peaceful hometown of Brunei, a small country surrounded by the tropical rainforest of Borneo.

My interests include design, anime, food, food and food.
Posts tagged graphic design

Merry Christmas to all! Enjoy the yule season!

Experimenting with blending options to create a 3D rubbery-like sticker in Photoshop.

Experimenting with blending options to create a 3D rubbery-like sticker in Photoshop.

I’ve recently taken a liking to paint spills and came up with the branding of Spotlight design studio with some cheesy catchphrase: “Oh no! Our creative juices have spilled!”. This is probably subject to change in the future once I get new inspiration. Lol.

Psychedelic, on the other hand, is a subsidiary of Spotlight which focuses on event management, audio, motion graphics and lighting.

PS. Everything is fictional. 

I don’t really do colorful stuff but the psychedelic theme just popped into my mind abruptly. Spotlight Psychedelic is a fictional event which I have no idea about. It’s a promotional poster for the fictional (again) company I created for my manga. What the event is about I have no idea but I’ll probably work on that in my script.

The paint images are courtesy of Media Militia, arguably the best tutorial/inspirational/tutorial design site I have ever come across.

There’s no place other than home. After a hectic day at work, all I feel like doing is go home and have a good rest whilst chit-chatting with mom and watching my favorite food channel on Astro. This is coming from a person who’s from a country that’s deprived of good entertainment.

Well, once my friends are back for summer holidays, that’s a totally different matter.

A little photoshop fun to occupy the quiet night. As uncreative as it sounds, this piece of artwork is called the ‘Diamond Lens’. It’s so much fun working with diamonds and sparkly stuff.

Whilst working on a diamond ad for a client, I took a little break and decided to mess around with Photoshop. I wanted to do something different in contrast to the dark, elegant jewellery ads we always see, thus I came up with something light and clean.

PS. Photo credit of the diamond goes to my colleague.

A Belated Merdeka to Malaysian friends.

Source images are courtesy of Google image so credits to the ones who took these captivating pictures.

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