WES needed me to design a postcard for their preferred customers. Some criteria is that it had to include the leaf design used in other preferred customer pieces and it had to use the green curtain in such a way to give the impression that the viewer was getting a sneak peek. After presenting them with the idea of a poster on an easel, they wanted to include a spotlight. Lucky for me, I had just come across a tutorial on how to make a custom spotlight in Photoshop!
One of the styles I introduced to this client’s pieces is the thin, overlapping circles. They really liked it, so I’ve been adding it to more and more projects. This latest project is a postcard for a support group they have started. You can see how I incorporated the circles on the front and the back of the postcard. I knew I hit the nail on the head when they only had a minor text change before asking for the print-ready PDF!
I got a new client that will be giving me on-going projects each week. Sometimes it’s for print and other times for web, like e-newsletters. Below are some of the projects I’ve worked on over the past three weeks. Click on the thumbnails to get a larger size.
SRM asked me to design a postcard and come up with a theme for their family appreciation day at Woodland Park Zoo. It took a little time to mask out the various animals, but I had a lot of fun designing this piece for print.