Abby In Bubble Letters

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Abby In Bubble Letters

Abby In Bubble Letters

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Your logo order includes .ai, .png, .jpg and .pdf files of a single image. Depending on where you view your logo (home computer, phone, printer) the colors will vary. Use your .jpeg file for online use and .pdf for print use. In my last blog post I talked about places to find inspiration and today I’m going to share with you the steps I take to turn my inspiration into letters!

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I’m Shannon, a handletterer and artist and a member of the Pigeon Letters design team. Today’s post is kind of a behind the scenes look at how I make my pieces from start to finish. One of the sources I mentioned in the last post is food, and that’s what we’re doing today. Making Letters Inspired by Donuts! So let’s jump into it!

Once you have a general idea of ​​what you want to create, it’s time to start gathering your reference materials. I like to use Pinterest to help me find and save reference images. You can also use a royalty-free image site such as Unsplash, Pexels or Pixabay.

As you browse the images, note the colors, textures, and layouts you want to try. For my design I know I want to add icing and sprinkles, so I’ve been saving those types of photos.

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Study the reference images and see how you can incorporate some of these elements into your artwork. Then create thumbnail sketches, trying out different layouts, until you find a design you want to go with.

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For this tutorial, I’m writing the word ‘Glazy’ and I want each letter to be an individual donut so I’ve rounded my letters in a bubble letter style and I’ve overlapped them slightly. But you are free. If you want

Once you’ve chosen the design you want to proceed with, it’s always a good idea to create a rough draft on scrap paper before creating your final artwork. At this stage, you can also test different supplies and colors to see which one will suit the results you have in mind.

Outline the icing with your desired color marker. Then use a wet paintbrush to draw some of that color into the center of the icing.

When that first letter is finished, repeat these two steps to add icing to the other letters. I’m using brown and pink and I’m alternating the colors but you can use one or as many colors as you like.

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Depending on the set of markers you have, you may need to mix a lighter brown for the donut. I mixed some of the dark brown used for the chocolate icing with orange and yellow on a palette to lighten it up (make sure you get your color on the scrap paper before you start using it). Check on the piece.)

Then use your paint brush to add color to the outside of the icing. You’ll need to be very precise during this step because you don’t want to reactivate the color you added in the previous step and cause the color you’re adding to bleed through. .

Add a thin shade using a gray marker. I am adding mine to the left and below each letter. Then use your paintbrush to soften the outer edge of the shadow and blend it into the paper.

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Use a white medium of your choice to add highlights to the upper left side of the icing.

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Use an opaque paint such as acrylic or gouache to add sprinkles to the icing. You can use any color you want and that’s it!

I hope you enjoyed this week’s tutorial and a behind-the-scenes look at how I turned my inspiration into a letter. If you followed these steps and made your own donut letters, I’d love to see how they turned out! You can share it with me on Instagram @byshannonlayne!

Shannon is a freelance artist from a small island in the Caribbean called Barbados! She creates fun and unique content, whether it’s with markers, watercolors, acrylics or to inspire other creations on the iPad. Check out more of her tutorials here!

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