20% Off CyberSale at my Etsy Store!
I’m having a special sale at my Etsy store only for this week! Please take a look at my selection of prints and other small goods at the link above.
Just enter “CYBERSALE” at the end of a purchase to receive your discount. Thanks! xx
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Wanted to reblog this from last year :)
Here’s the newest logo trials for my upcoming new layouts for my website and blog. You can see more process photos at my Behance post here.
Noob, hand-lettering 6x9.
This was a birthday gift for my brother, since we call each other this as our sign of affection :)
ckalkingfisherJackal & Kingfisher, 3.5 x 5.5 each
some illustrations for an upcoming collab blog
I inverted my watercolor from before by accident but really liked it, so I thought I’d put it up.
Flourished Initials, a small project I’m working on with my cousin (since we are JY and CY)
❝ Anonymous asked: Hey Jennifer! How did you made your own website?
Hi there! My website (http://www.jenniferyung.com) was made with Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Cargo Collective. CC is a site for artists that has tons of templates, so I pulled from one of them while making my website and built on that. Other than that I do basic coding on Dreamweaver by myself to get the kind of website I want :)
I’ve been meaning to get more into hand-lettering and now I finally have. Here’s my first baby, for all of us making it through the days.
Final for Castle, 14 x 17
Graphite and Digital Coloring, done for a collaboration
Pencils for Castle, 14 x 17
Black Forest, 9 x 12
brush ink, marker, & gouache
Textile Flora, 5x7 watercolor
❝ Anonymous asked: As a graphic designer, how vital is it for an undergraduate graphic design student to master the pen tool and be able to create vector graphics accurately?
In my opinion it is essential, not only to know how to use the pen tool and create vector graphics but also to be comfortable using Illustrator. The importance of vectors may not always be apparent until you become more involved with design. Because vectors are made with paths and points this allows any vectored image to be scaled to any size without losing the quality or sharpness of the image. This is why vectors are used for logos and other branding images and also can be used for a variety of other projects that doesn’t sacrifice resolution/quality due to the original size it was made in (in programs like Photoshop). Learning the pen tool is tricky at first but with enough practice it becomes more natural and ultimately is a very important skill to have in graphic design.