Diana Probst, Cambridge Artist

Vector Work

The past couple of weeks have mostly been spent wrestling with vectors, laser cutters, and a recalcitrant computer that needed a new hard drive. I have successfully learned to deal with or get around at least two of those things.

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Vector Work

The past couple of weeks have mostly been spent wrestling with vectors, laser cutters, and a recalcitrant computer that needed a new hard drive. I have successfully learned to deal with or get around at least two of those things.

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 3

The last design day for the cards involved cutting blanks as for the pip cards, ruling rectangles into them, and then drawing each design. I did that in pencil and then went over it with Indian ink, to get a

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 3

The last design day for the cards involved cutting blanks as for the pip cards, ruling rectangles into them, and then drawing each design. I did that in pencil and then went over it with Indian ink, to get a

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 2

Card Design, to send to client for approval. Click through for bigger images:

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 2

Card Design, to send to client for approval. Click through for bigger images:

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 1

I have a commission in for a set of hand made Tudor-age playing cards for use by a re-enactor with a high-class persona. Essentially, these will be a prop to show the public, as well as a useable deck. They

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 1

I have a commission in for a set of hand made Tudor-age playing cards for use by a re-enactor with a high-class persona. Essentially, these will be a prop to show the public, as well as a useable deck. They

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Methods of Portraiture

I recently persuaded a friend to sit for me for several days while I tried out painting techniques. She was writing, which meant she had her eyes down, but she was still enough that I could get a good likeness

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Methods of Portraiture

I recently persuaded a friend to sit for me for several days while I tried out painting techniques. She was writing, which meant she had her eyes down, but she was still enough that I could get a good likeness

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Spotlight On: Dinobot Illustration Part II

This interview is continued from the previous page, after I found myself blathering. Heather ‘Teaceratops’ Shepherd draws ridiculously happy dinosaurs when she is relaxing on her private yacht in the Seychelles. So Heather, apologies for breaking up this interview. No

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Spotlight On: Dinobot Illustration Part II

This interview is continued from the previous page, after I found myself blathering. Heather ‘Teaceratops’ Shepherd draws ridiculously happy dinosaurs when she is relaxing on her private yacht in the Seychelles. So Heather, apologies for breaking up this interview. No

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Spotlight On: Dinobot Illustration Part I

Teaceratops, or Heather Shepherd, is an artist, illustrator, part-time dinosaur-themed superheroine, and all round painterly designerly sort. This interview gives a brief overview of someone who draws comics and dinosaurs and elves. Heather has a busy schedule filled with enough

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Spotlight On: Dinobot Illustration Part I

Teaceratops, or Heather Shepherd, is an artist, illustrator, part-time dinosaur-themed superheroine, and all round painterly designerly sort. This interview gives a brief overview of someone who draws comics and dinosaurs and elves. Heather has a busy schedule filled with enough

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