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Open Creative Toolkit speed design cc-by lemasney
Open Creative Toolkit speed design cc-by lemasney

Open Creative Toolkit speed design cc-by lemasney



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    My friend Alma who has support this project regularly with comments and suggestions gave me several photos to use as a response to a call I made on Facebook for subject matter. If you have a photo you’d like restored, please drop me a line at lemasney on […]

11 of 365 is a pageant beauty #GIMP



The revised Google motto by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #Inkscape #Google 2
I’m about the biggest fanboy that Google has, but I’ll also be the first one to tell you it’s kind of scary how much they know about me. I believe that they totally live up to their idea of “don’t be evil” and I love the things that they are […]

The revised Google motto by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #Inkscape ...


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  Thanks to Paul Debraski for the inspiration on his Daily Doodle, where he recently did a piece using this old but fun technique for creating an optical illusion in which you can switch back and forth between seeing two faces, or a vessel. I decided to use Steve Jobs, […]

332 of 365 is Steve’s Koolaid chalice #Inkscape #apple


  This is part two of a diptych telling a fight story. Here we have a fighter in pieces, ready to fall apart. In Inkscape I made this by creating the silhouette of the fighter, then using the bezier tool to create a shard that I duplicated and flipped on […]

300 of 365 is a fighter in pieces #Inkscape #illustration



This is part one of a diptych telling a fight story. Here we have a fighter in a firm stance, ready to defend himself. In Inkscape I made this by creating the silhouette of the fighter, then using the spraypaint tool to recreate the silhouette using exclamation points. Tomorrow, we’ll […]

299 of 365 is a fighter in firm stance #Inkscape ...


Do not covet your ideas by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #Inkscape #typography #creativecommons 2
I saw this great post on Lifehacker (at http://lifehacker.com/5543914/do-not-covet-your-ideas) that I feel clarifies a big part of why I’m doing this project. This quote belongs to Paul Arden, and the Lifehacker post shows more of his related ideas. This idea rings true for me. It explains why all of my work, […]

Do not covet your ideas by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org ...