June 8, 2014

Block Letters…beginning..A.B

Block1

Since I’m re-grouping from my last major Art Project…the Ballerina, I pulled out my moleskine to doodle up some letters in Block Style.

Block2

I free-handed the letters and made the letter the negative space.

Block3

Can’t go wrong with b/w stripes as dividers for the colors.

Block4

Next the B….which is anything but boring!

Block5

Did a Mandela look with my compass, then added swirlies on top.

Block6

Kept the circles white, kinda looks like bubbles.

Block7

I am out-of-sequence here cuz this isn’t a “C”. 

Block8

If I were to do the “E” again, I’d keep the left vertical line straight…not sure if I like the curvy E.

8 comments:

Charmed Life said...

These are just fantastic. I love your colorful designs-very inspiring!

artdamoiselle said...

Ooooh, fun!

Eden said...

Thanks Charmed Life and Artdamoiselle :)

Trece said...

Eden, these are gorgeous!! I do hope you are planning to make a complete alphabet, maybe with a companion lowercase set, for sale? I'll buy!!!

Eden said...

Hi Trece, I never thought of selling these individually but it would've cool! Thanks for the idea and of course, your support :)

I luv my Patrina said...

I love love love your webpage!!! You have amazing creativity that completely inspires me. Thank you for your beautiful work!!!

Eden said...

Thank you "luv my patina", I'm so glad this site inspires you! That's the best feeling. :)

Ashley Kralovec said...

What type of markers did you use on those?

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