“There Are No Bad Photos, That’s Just How Your Face Looks Sometimes”

That quote is from Abraham Lincoln, and it made me laugh when I saw it. It’s true everyone complains about how they look in photos. But when you look back at photos, your’ll think of the moments rather then complain about how big your ears are. So I feel photos are the best way to portray things. For this unit, I had to design t-shirts and upload them to spreadshirt.com, I found this very fun and I’m going to keep my shop up and running, adding new collections each term.  My First Collection has been going well, and I figured a good thing to do is show people how good my t-shirts are. So I grabbed my brother, a budding young photographer, and got some snaps of my new t-shirts. Visual Advertising is so important in this world, especially in the fashion industry, if you don’t like how it looks then you won’t buy it.  I have now placed this pictures on my Facebook page and it seems to be working more people are looking at my stuff. Makes me proud, to see my first ever products being actually purchased and sold. I feel like my dreams of becoming a fashion designer are slowly and gradually coming true!  

Take a Look At My Shop: Esquerade.spreadshirt.co.uk

Join Me On Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Esquerade/460001527395035

Stylish New T-shirts – Esquerade.spreadshirt.co.uk

Your Buy it now! If your Smart! At Esquerade Mart!

Esquerade Facebook page and Tshirts Are Up!

For my course, I have to design and sell t-shirts, I based my designs off of fantasy and games. Well after weeks of designing and crying they are finally up! So take a look and enjoy. 

Tutorial, Tutorial, Where for art thou Tutorial!

First week back at university has been and gone. This terms unit consists of creating a brand and products and selling them! I can safely say I was very hyped for this as my dream is to create my own little fashion shop. What better way to practise then creating a brand and opening a small on-line shop, selling t-shirts I have designed myself. As you are all aware already, I enjoy creating fashion illustrators using Photoshop  Slowly but surely, I am getting better at it with the help of on-line tutorials. This one is one of my favourites as it gave me some great tips on how to shade.

I have started my T-shirt unit by releasing a survey with a few questions just to get a feel for the type of things people are looking for in a T-shirt. after all it is them that will be spending there hard earned money on it and wearing it.

http://www.surveyexpression.com/Survey.aspx?id=d0c95d64-9052-47f8-8434-d2c8d1f8abb1