Blog - Page 12 of 27 - Alice Potter | Surface Pattern Designer and Illustrator, London
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08 Jan Stuck On Repeat

Ohh Deer have launched their very first competition called Stuck on Repeat. 5 winners will get their designs made into stylish notebooks. The competition is open to illustrators, graphic designers, photographers even textile designers! This is your chance to be stocked with some fabulous people on Ohh Deer! Good luck...

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20 Nov Tiger Kitty!

My new illustration Tiger Kitty is available to buy in my Society 6 shop and in my Etsy shop. This is part of my portfolio preparation, creating more illustrations that are suitable and aimed at the children's picture book market. Visit Society 6 HERE Visit Etsy HERE ...

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09 Sep >New Camera!

>Yesterday, I brought myself the gorgeous Sony Nex 5, as my small compact just wasn't cutting it any more. The picture, recently had dramatically fallen. Now, I am not an expert, but I will say that it handles very well. It has weight to it,...

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07 Sep >Rain Dance

>This amazing piece of work, was a little collaboration between myself, and flyHerofly (aka Liam Smith). It seems an age away when he asked me to do some drawings with the intention that he would add his own style to them. I didn't do everything...

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05 Sep >Cellardoor Magazine Summer Issue

>I was commissioned the other month by Cellardoor Magazine, to create a festival style poster for the article 'The Summer Festival Survival Guide'. I also created some spot illustrations to go within the article depicting items associated with festivals. You may recognise the spots, as I did...

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29 Aug >Digital Painting

>Sometimes, when you are struggling for creative ideas, it takes a mindless session, messing around in Photoshop, to help oil the brain cells. I have spent today doing just that. Using just my wacom tablet, and lots of layers and textures, I came up with three little narrative...

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25 Aug >Notebooks and Totes

>Yesterday, I managed to upload the first set of A6 notebooks. They are printed on to acid free white card stock, with stapled plain pain paper. The A6 ones are a really neat little size, perfect for your notes and scribbles. I will also be adding...

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