Anonymous: In your disappointment hannibal graphic, how did you go about getting the torn paper effect?

This is not going to be a very helpful answer, anon but all I did was take this random picture I found on tumblr one day and throw my graphic on it. (I can’t find the picture right now, but if I do, I’ll add a link)

The effect can be done by ripping up some paper and scanning it into our computer, and then it’s just a case of applying your graphic properly and erasing all the right parts. Unfortunately, despite it being a trick I adore, I can’t do it very well so I tend to stay away from it. And I really hate that Hannibal graphic in retrospect. I wish it was so much better than it is.

The torn paper effect is one that is stunning when done well - this, I think is the prime example of the torn paper effect done to it’s fullest potential. Ugh, the design on this poster is the stuff of dreams.

— Violet

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Anonymous: Are those Star Wars posters available somewhere?

Unfortunately not, Anon. I can’t say that they will never be for sale but at the moment I am unsure about the copyright issues that might crop up if I were to sell them, so not at the moment. 

If any of my graphics were to be for sale at any time, there would be a link on my blog.

I’m sorry I couldn’t be more help, but thank you for the compliment of asking, I really appreciate it.

— Violet

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Anonymous: dear god, your graphics are truly awesome ! you obviously have a huge talent for choosing colors that perfectly match, designs that blend perfectly well. the result is harmonious and really unique, bravo !

(Apologies for the late reply!)

Thank you so much anon, you are so unbelievably kind. Seriously, I can’t believe anyone would ever think this of my graphics - I am so glad you like them. I think you have improved my confidence by 50% - again, thank you.

— Violet

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