Kyra Elise an unofficial online portfolio

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Here's a infographic of recommended succulent care. I hand crafted each vector in this image, including the wood in the background (which was a lot harder to create than I originally anticipated, but well worth the effort) and the actual content of the succulent care I found on the Cactus and Succulent Society of San Jose. I purchased that fonts from a website called Design Cuts, who's link i've provided below:
After watching a tutorial I found on youtube of how to make what are called 'low res poly portraits', I spent the rest of the evening constructing my own poly portrait with my name and date of birth as a watermark. I felt the earthy green background color went really well with the natural skin pigments in the poly portrait.
Here are some examples of a watermark I created for a client. These colors directly coordinated with her beautiful webpage!
Here are some additional examples I created for the same client mentioned above. Typically, I like to create many different versions of what the client may be looking for in a project.
This infographic was really fun to make, the content itself isn't all that exciting but I wanted to create something where I could demonstrate my creative abilities. I had created this piece by request, and that's another reason i've been working on a lot of infographics lately.

Above I decided to make myself a fancy little profile picture in Adobe Illustrator using that same polygon technique (link to tutorial can be found in previous posts) from earlier. I had a lot of fun constructing this one as well!

I fell in love with the word "Wanderlust" and it's definition. I made a quick little edit with a photograph of dense, thick trees that I felt was a perfect picture for this definition.
This is the logo and name of my Esty store that I created in Adobe Illustrator. I purchased the font from Designcuts.com and I handcrafted the lotus logo.
Here I made myself as a cartoon character with my shop's name and logo on my shirt. I thought this was a creative and fun way to create something that represents me and my shop.

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