WELCOME TO FLYTIP, an original feature hosted here at FLYLēF to share blog design graphics and advices, as well as encourage related discussions. The topic for Saturday, May 13th, is "FLYTIP: Open Topic || Discuss anything bloggish or bookish from a creative point of view." Open Topics are slots I've created to present how-to lessons, share digital goodies, or just surprise you.
In many ways, designing is like storytelling, with many pieces coming together to create a complete story. Today, I'm concluding this watercolor and hand lettering design series with icons you can use for purchase links: Goodreads, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.
You’ll find three icons (Goodreads, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble) in a whimsical watercolor and hand lettering style in pink and black. These are saved at 72 dpi with a transparent png background so you can place the section heading on top of a background - photograph, texture, pattern, etc. There is no added work to cut away any unnecessary white - it’s already done for you.
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FLYTIP is a bi-weekly meme featuring (1) question and answer, or (2) create and share prompts with a design and artistic focus. You’re cordially invited to participate by creating a post every other Saturday, or as often as you’d like.
Next prompt for 5/27/17
FLYTIP: Dog-Ear-Me-Not || What are some creative ways you've saved your place in a book?
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