I’m so excited about this new set of Digital Tie-Dye patterns I created for 4th of July! This is great to use on all of your fun print and digital projects! Great to use for digital papers, zoom backgrounds, and onto fun printed products! The possibilities are endless! I’ve been wanting to create some tie-dye inspired patterns for 4th of July for a while now.
I love coming up with new ideas and themes for more fun digital tie-dye patterns in Photoshop, after all, I am a digital artist! Check these patterns out on my Creative Market shop, they are available to purchase as a set of JPEG and PSD editable files. You can choose from three different license options: personal, commercial, and extended licensing.
This product is great to use on all of your fun print and digital projects! Bump up your creative projects with this unique set of backgrounds. Great for T-shirts, Posters, and on Products!!
Ideal for use on web, digital, or print related projects : (such as websites, PPT presentations, email templates, headers, blogs, printed pieces, formatted for Zoom Video Backgrounds and many more!)
What’s included in the package:
Images are High Resolution: 7200 px wide by 5500 px
High Quality and Resolution (150 DPI) RGB, can always be increased or decreased in size
Fully Editable 5 PSD files, with shapes in its own layer, change the colors as you please!
5 JPEG images included high resolution for business cards, flyers, album covers, print or digital, etc.
5 Zoom JPEG backgrounds formatted at 1920px by 1080px
Ready to Use
Check out my Digital Tie-Dye Brush Sets that I used in combination to create these backgrounds!
I had a ton of fun creating some of these patterns a few weeks ago, I love creating digital tie-dye patterns and I wanted to challenge myself to start making different kinds of themes that people could find useful for some of their projects.
4th of July is a holiday celebrated in the United States of America when we declared our freedom from the King of Britain in 1776. You can find more history on Wikipedia here. This is also a great time to celebrate with family and friends in the summer, its definitely my favorite time of the year to go to the beach. I hope you have a happy 4th of July celebration!
Check out this design on my Redbubble Shop printed onto masks, t-shirts, dresses, and onto other fun products!
Get this Digital Tie-Dye American Flag printed on products here on my Redbubble Shop
Get this Digital Tie-Dye American Flag printed on products here on my Redbubble Shop
Create stunning works of art on products, book designs, album covers, posters, business cards – use for websites and print projects! If you can think it, you can create! Create unlimited possibilities with this vector set of triangles, arrows, zodiac signs, palms, moons, and many more! Customize these designs to your heart’s desire!
No matter how big or small your project, these vector files can scale to any size!
Triangle Alchemy Vector Set Includes:
Over 100 Elements: 8 unique hand-crafted Triangle Alchemy symbols & 61 design elements
Ai and EPS files – vector elements scale to any size
Layered PSD files of each Triangle Alchemy Set.
Each element saved as a PNG file for ready use (TIP: Open PNG files in Photoshop and double click layer to apply a color overlay of your choice.)
Formatted for Adobe Illustrator Adobe CC
Triangles are symbols for mind, body, and spirit connection, and is associated with the number 3 in numerology. The inverted triangle is the feminine symbol/water element and the upright triangle is the masculine symbol and also a symbol of the fire element. Alchemy is a magical process of transformation, creation, or combination. I wanted to create a vector set of conscious art that can be used on many products, I looked at all of the symbols I liked and created my own set of triangle sets based on some universal principles. Create your own or use these fun designs. Triangles remind us of our own spirituality from within – that we are always constantly creating our destiny! =)
Time flies when you’re having fun! I still feel super young and youthful even though I’ve done what I feel is a lot in my life already. But I know the best years are still ahead of me and I’m so excited about what the future brings!
Six weeks ago I shifted career paths, decided to go back into the working world and accepted a job as a Recruiter with Creative Circle in San Francisco. The opportunity just felt so right as I have freelanced and worked in the creative industry since 2006. I’ve shifted through so many career paths and so many different jobs, roles, and experiences!
I’m really excited for this new career shift because I know I can really bring my experience and industry knowledge into the business of recruiting talent. I love helping and connecting people with each other and I’ve owned my business on and off and freelancing with small businesses on the side. I also really loved the short time I taught classes at the Academy of Art University of San Francisco between 2016-2017, where I mentored students in figuring out their career paths and helping them put together their resumes and portfolios.
I also turned 37. Whoa. I’m glad I’ve come this far, another year, another birthday, a new adventure.
I’m still creating art after work hours 😄Check out my graphic design resources on Creative Market
In my 37 years I’ve learned:
To bite my tongue. (I have a really bad mouth sometimes, I can let shit fly off the rails)
People who see their own shortcomings think that you will to, even though your experiences are completely different.
The old stories we tell ourselves no longer matter in the present story of who we are now.
I used to ignore lots of conflicts with friends and family in my 20s, now I’ve learned to face them as they come.
Running away from your problems only makes them worse.
To be accountable and hold integrity for my actions. I walk the talk.
Listening is a super power.
Grateful for all of the lessons I’ve learned along the way.
Proud of the path that I followed even though it wasn’t what I expected, I learned so much along the way and discovered who I was.
Taking action has always been my super power, that the only difference between where I am now and where I wanted to get to was by taking action.
Life is short, there is no second life. Live it in the best possible way, I know what it’s like to have loss and to pick myself up and start over.
The more you address your fears and old behaviors that are no longer working for you, the faster you accelerate and change. And the more you have breakthroughs.
Are you an artist? Maker? Creative? You too can create a shop on Redbubble! There’s never been a better time than now to capitalize on this artist revolution! There are quite a few online print on demand sites that lets artists create free shops without having to maintain the logistics of creating a website or buying product inventory. The time is now to create the kind of work you want to create and generate some passive income for yourself!
“Setting up a Redbubble shop can be a great way to build your work online presence and to connect with new people.”
I found that I’ve gained a ton of visibility online from creating a Redbubble shop, and was even invited to do a hand lettering workshop back in 2017 for their 10th birthday party in San Francisco! I find that I continue to explore my process and my art is an ever-evolving thing on its own. I had a full-time career as a graphic designer and illustrator, and I’ve also worked with companies like Salesforce, Hasbro Studios, and Skechers in the last few years. (Check out more of that work here on my Behance profile). But the thing that continues to inspire me and brings me joy is being able to freely create my art. And that’s what I’ve done in the last two years since I’ve opened up a Redbubble shop. To have something to create on its own without having to work for clients is truly worth it, and knowing that I can make money from my creations is even cooler!
Follow these steps to sell your work on Redbubble and live your best artist life.
Create a Redbubble Shop
Signing up for a free Redbubble account is easy enough. Don’t forget to confirm your necessary account details so you can be paid
Set up your shop profile
Upload a header that showcases your work, along with a profile or logo picture so that people can easily recognize you. Utilize the bio description to let people know who you are and link to your social links and website. You can check out my shop to get an example.
Create collections for your work based on themes or different categories of your work. Or if you don’t have a collection of work, this would be a great way to start creating work. You can also check out other artist shops on Redbubble to get an idea of how they are setting up their shops. Shops that fall into niche markets do really well and they can be based on current trends or popular culture. Setting up a Redbubble shop can be a great way to build your work online presence and to connect with new people.
How do you even hone in and figure out your personal artist brand? First, think of the work you are producing or the kind of work you want to produce. Then, think of who may want to buy your work on products. It may help to figure out a target audience and to also do some competitive analysis online. See what’s trending. Find design trends in the home decor space, or maybe even in the world of comics or in the media? I focus my work on boho trends, festival goers and people who love the 70s tie-dye hippie era mixed in with the modern hippie trends. I create what I want to wear or want to have in my space to make things beautiful.
Upload Your First Design
The best file sizes to upload should have a high resolution, at least 6500 px at 300dpi if you’re wanting to upload to larger products like duvet covers and tapestries. Bigger is better for quick, one-time uploads, then you can click on each individual product to edit accordingly. Also, it’s really important to design and save files from Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.I’ve been a long time user of Adobe software and I can’t stress enough the value of having a subscription. There a ton of lesser value design software but I love using Adobe software, and if you want to be a professional artist or designer, getting the professional tools can only help you in the long run.
“Set aside some time during the week and set some realistic goals.”
Promote on Social Media
After you’ve uploaded your design onto Redbubble, I typically like to go to my shop and screen shot some of the mock-ups with my design on it. You can then either transfer these to your mobile device via dropbox or email,,upload to the social media channel of your choice! You can also check out the Redbubble Blog for product templates for mocking up your design!
Set aside some time during the week and set some realistic goals. If you have a full-time or part-time job, figure out how much time you can dedicate to creating work during the week. Can you upload a new piece of work daily? Or twice a week? Or once a week? Set weekly goals so that you can stay consistent and also so your followers will know when to expect new work from you. Creating work daily or weekly can also help with figuring out your style of art, and helps with trial and error so that you can perfect your work.
Create Journal Entries on Your Redbubble Shop
This is a great way to talk about your process or to show some behind the scenes work! People love reading and looking at processes. Where did you come up with the idea and how did you arrive to the final piece? Or maybe you have other places you have your work or want to promote other art? Whatever you want to use the Journal for, treat it as a blog and a great space for people to get to know you! Check out some of the things I’ve written in my Journal.
What kind of shop will you create today?
Hi, I’m Diane
I am a hand lettering artist and digital tie-dye pattern maker! I also create digital tie-dye Photoshop brushes!