In an extremely digital age, we miss the human touch.
You can tell it by the frequent use of modern fonts that imitate handwriting, calligraphy or hand-lettering. And that’s just one example.
Just look around.
Handmade stopped being just the next trend a long time ago.
It’s here to stay.
You can spot it on restaurant menus, in clothing design, beer or wine labels, on the walls inside a coffee shop, in TV commercials, YouTube videos and even on your girlfriend’s (or someone else’s) panties.
CSS on paper
A new CSS style for double-underlining hyphenated words
I thought it would be nice if one day we could have a way in CSS to style hyphenated words.
The idea came from the way I was used to underline those while taking notes in my diary notebook.
First, you have a line that underlines the whole compound adjective.
And then, beneath that you have a separate underline for each word it consists of.
How to give a natural feel to a digital artwork
I love creating digital artworks. Especially such that later serve as album covers. Years ago I would create everything by just using Photoshop and other digital software. However, pure digital collages never gave me 100% pleasure because, even though I’m not a pro at painting, since I was very little I always had great fun drawing, doodling and sketching. Most photoshopped artworks look somewhat plastic to me.
So, that’s why I started combining both digital and hand-painted elements such as textures, paint-splats and whatever comes in handy for each piece…