Writing Software

You really don't need any special software to write, a pen and paper will do just fine. Michelle and I are finding in getting ready for Nanowrimo and doing our practice runs to see if we can actually hit the daily 1667 word mark (so far no dice) that long form writing can get disorganized very … [Read more...]

Tools of the trade | Immersion Blender

I know, seemingly odd way to start a Monday right? An immersion blender? When I first started the 'tools of the trade' section on the site I had visions of asking many different creatives about their 'secret-have to have' tools, because whenever I found out about one that would work in my life I … [Read more...]

Foto Rx-One Click Wonders + Screencast resources

We hope you all had a wonderful weekend, we certainly did! It's such a rush to launch something that you worked so hard on and we are learning so much in the process. One of the things we knew we had to learn was how to do a screencast. Both Michelle and I kind of groan at the sound of our voices … [Read more...]

TOOLS OF THE TRADE::LIGHT BOXES

It's been awhile since we did a 'Tools of the trade' post where we introduced you to some of the more unique tools in our creative arsenal. I have been doing a lot a of lettering per one of 365 projects, I have also just finished watching a slew of lettering videos Bryn at Paperfinger recently … [Read more...]

HOME PRINTERS | OUR FAVES

Printing at home or in your studio has one clear advantage over using a service: control. If you are unhappy with a print, you can make adjustments and reprint it on the spot. Familiarity¬†with your equipment is helpful too. For instance, I know these Epsons print a bit darker than my monitor so I … [Read more...]