1 -2) Believe in Tiny Stories - Kavonne did an amazing job with this original black and white and I think it's a great way to illustrate multiple Tiny Stories, plus I think this would be a great opening page for the next Tiny Book. The colored version Niki did is absolutely beautiful. It just adds to the illustration and I'd love to see more done with them.
3-4) Tiny Stories Seamless Pattern Background - totallyjamie uploaded the black and white orginal and I also think this would be pretty neat to see in the next Tiny Book. It could be the first page we see instead of a blank white one. It would give it an old children's book kind of look to it. Then totallyjamie uploaded the red accent illustration and I think that it defintely represents hitRECord a lot more. However, I think the black and white one would be more fitting for the book :)
5) Swing Low ft. Babbish - This is a lovely song that was mixed beautifully. Lizzienrose took her vocals and mixed them with Babbish's and this is the outcome. This shows great collaboration and REmixing and I'd love to see more done with this song. Maybe more instrumentals or even more vocals. Beautiful, beautiful song.
6) Even Shadows hitRECord (REmixed) - This is a wonderful REmix for the shadow collaboration. I don't know if it's just me, but when I find typography REmixed I always get so amazed by them and this one is really awesome.
7) populetterty illustration - Scarletoak took LilacAmy's tiny story and illustrated it. I absolutely love it. It's simple, but it gets the point across, which I think is the whole point of an illustration.
8) Crocheted Tote Bag - I have seen tons of crocheted RECords by Cam_4 and everytime I see one I immediately want one of them. She has been uploading these for a while now and it's so cool to see the different ways people hitRECord.
Here's a pattern background dedicated to tiny stories book. I tried to include illustrations from the tiny stories as much as possible. Also, note that this pattern is perfectly seamless and can be tile-able over and over again to form even larger infinite pattern in photoshop. In fact, I have vectorized all the illustrations so we can even make blow it into a enormous art canvas in the future if we need to.
After spending hours on this. I might just have tiny stories nightmare when I sleep tonight. :)
Here's a different color scheme version of the http://hitrecord.org/records/407465
Please note that this pattern is perfectly seamless and can be tile-able over and over again to form even larger infinite pattern in photoshop.
an illustration for lilacamy's tiny story.
this is a [very] rough sketch. drawing isn't my forte, but I wanted to try to bring amy's tiny story to life.
i think it would be cool if someone could figure out how to incorporate the letters into the character's faces.
sorry for all the ill proportions & other weird things