Custom Lettering

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Whether it’s designing an invitation, a lettering commission piece, or adding a special piece to your business or home, I can help. My process is tailored to make you feel like you are my only client. Because you will be one of few. I only take on a few clients at a time to ensure awesome results. Since the time I have to work on doodle projects is very limited, I want to ensure a great experience for both of us! For simpler projects, typically you will receive sketches within a week, and final results in a month's time.

CeindyDoodles Hummingbird Macaron
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ceindydoodles grad painting
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 Custom projects I would really love to do this year include:

  • Painted Wall Murals
  • Chalkboard Signage for Small Businesses
  • Branding using a Custom Lettering Approach
  • Editorial Lettering Pieces, including magazine spreads or covers

 

Due to the customized, special nature of these projects, please email ceindyton@gmail.com for estimates.

CeindyDoodles-Callig v Lettering

Calligraphy vs. Lettering

Many people feel that calligraphy and lettering can be used interchangeably. But technically, it’s not. The designer and word-stickler in me cringe a little bit when someone mixes them up. I don’t think one is better than the other, or takes more skill. I just think it’s important to clear things up a little. So […]

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In The Process: New Years Eve Custom Invitation

Hey guys and gals! As a designer, I love seeing the behind-the-scene processes of other designers. So, I thought I would give you a glimpse of what it’s like to work with me on a custom invitation. First off, there’s sketches. A ton of them. And, no- I don’t share most of them. Typically I will […]

February ABC

Hey there! I actually messed up and used the wrong tool this month, but that’s okay ^_^

I had a very fun month of using the Pentel Aquash waterbrush. I used it along with the Artist’s Loft brand watercolors that can be found at Michael’s for approximately $5.00. It was a lot of fun, but I still needed to get used to the flexibility and almost unpredictability of the brush. 

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