NEW Fabric Collection – Right Side of the Brain
I’m happy to blog my new mini fabric collection over on Spoonflower. The concept was to create a basic sketched design using those “doodles” you make when you should be doing something else. Like, as the fabric names indicate, working in class, watching a webinar, listening to a lecture and waiting on hold. Now was I actually listening in all those instances, probably, but you know, I also happened to have a marker in my hand. The mini fabric collection is called Right Side of the Brain. It only has 5 coordinated pieces in the collection.
It started something like this, while On Hold with an I. T. support company. I made some shapes. I over lapped some shapes. I liked the look. I scanned it into the computer and waved the magic photoshop wand to create this design:
I also wanted to show you the original sketch created During a Lecture. It evolved the same way my On Hold was made. That photo has an instagram filter on it. In fact, if you follow me on instagram, you might have already seen a couple of the fabric designs from Right Side of the Brain.
Scan. Wave magic wand. Get Fabric. (Btw, I seriously love Spoonflower.) Anywhoo, here’s the design tuned out:
So head on over to Spoonflower and check out the designs. Pin ’em and share them with your friends. As luck would have it, I believe each of the designs is available in each of their printed media. Fabric, wall paper, wrapping paper and decals.