Design + Inspiration
These are sketches I created on the iPad paired with the movies/photos/catalogs that inspired them. I love to take an image and pull colors, patterns and layouts, then use those to create my own designs. All artwork created on the iPad using the Adobe mobile apps.
Inspiration: The Young Girls of Rochefort. I used Adobe Draw to create the elements (triangles, raindrops and circles), then turned those into brushes in Adobe Brush. I then used those brushes, along with the marker tools in Adobe Sketch to create the final layout.
Inspriation: Harold and Maude. I drew the flowers in Adobe Draw, then turned them into brushes in Adobe Brush. I then took the brushes into Adobe Sketch to create the design.
Inspiration: How to Marry a Millionaire. I loved the color palette of Betty Grable's outfit, the drape of the curtains behind her and the checked pattern of her shorts. Sketch created in Adobe Line.
Inspiration: Sleeping with the Enemy. I drew the elements in Adobe Draw and Adobe Line, turned them into brushes in Adobe Brush, then created the final sketch in Adobe Sketch.
Inspiration: the bookshelves at The Last Bookstore, LA. Sketch created in Adobe Line.
Inspiration: Murder, She Wrote. I was inspired by the flower clusters on the dress as well as the color palette. This translation is fairly literal, so I would take it a step further by changing the colors and arrangements before using in my own portfolio. Created in Adobe Line.
Inspiration: Hawaii Five-O, 1975 version. Created in Adobe Line.
Inspiration: photos of the Joe's Liquor Store sign (Memphis, TN) taken by my husband, Joel T. Rose. I made brushes from some of my previous ipad sketches and created this sketch in Adobe Sketch.
Inspiration: Single White Female. Created in Adobe Line.
Inspiration: Valley of the Dolls. I used Adobe Draw to create the elements, then turned them into brushes in Adobe Brush. I then created the design in Adobe Sketch, using the brushes and the marker tool.
Inspiration: Valley of the Dolls. I created the elements in Draw, turned them into brushes in Brush, then took those into Sketch to create the design.
Inspiration: The Rooftop at the Hotel Wilshire. Created in Adobe Line.
Inspiration: CB2 catalog. I love to use catalogs for inspiration because you can pull shapes and colors that are right on trend. I created the elements in Draw, turned them into brushes in Brush, then used those in Sketch to create the design.
Inspiration: Charade. Stamp-inpsired design created in Adobe Draw.
Inspiration: The Standard Hotel, Los Angeles. I loved the pattern on this chair and was inspired to create the pattern on the right. Created in Adobe Line.
Design + Inspiration
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Design + Inspiration

iPad sketches and the inspiration behind them. All artwork created on the iPad using the Adobe mobile apps.
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