‘Free’ is my favorite four-letter word beginning with ‘F’. When I started designing coloring patterns, having access to free sites and apps saved me several hundred pounds and a lot of guilt.
“Stuck in a rut? Make changes!” Easy to say, harder to do.
One of the hard bits is taking time out, thinking about your situation, recognising that you’re in a rut and deciding whether to stay there or change. [Read more…] about Stuck in a rut? Make Changes!
You’re happily making variation after variation in Kaleidoscope Kreator 3, saving them as .jpg, then notice – no borders. Not one. You’re a colorist – do you like designs with no borders? No. So what can you do about it? [Read more…] about How to Add Borders to Kaleidoscope Kreator 3 Designs
This is for you if you’ve ever thought you’d like to publish your own coloring book but didn’t know where to start. These are the steps I took to publish my first – the proof copy is waiting for me – and am using them for my second. Here goes:
This blog post is about organising your designs and your desktop. You can see from the image of my messy desktop that this is my learning curve, too.
Can’t organise your designs? Try these!
Have you heard of Kaleidoscope Kreator 3? It comes from KalCollections.com and is one of the best programs to create variations in your designs. The design at the top is one I did earlier.
This is the place to come when you’re not sure how to do something in / for / to an adult coloring design.
“How do I do layers in PhotoShop?” I haven’t a clue but – [Read more…] about Tips of the Week for Adult Coloring Designs
I set myself the challenge to create 30 designs for an adult coloring book, and publish it in 30 days using CreateSpace.com (CS).