Monthly Archives: February 2017

Head template to use when designing hats and headdresses

Sometimes when you just want to sketch down lots of ideas for headdress designs, you don’t want to get bogged down with trying to draw the same head over and over again, in the same sized scale.

So I have developed these 3 templates.  Please feel free to download and use them to help you with your designing.  At the moment they are free!  All I ask is that if you want to pass them onto a friend, then your friend downloads them from this website, instead of you forwarding the downloaded file onto them.

You can either print them out, or use them as a background layer in photoshop (they are A4 size).

Choose the file you would like and right click to save the image to your desktop (they are jpg files).

  1. ‘Head template – 12 x small scale, front facing blank heads’
head templates to use in design work

12 small heads to trace

2. ‘Head Template – 5 x front facing blank heads’

5 heads to trace

5 heads to trace

3. ‘Head Template – 3 x front and side facing blank heads’

3 front and side on heads to trace

3 front and side on heads

Timesheet for artists to keep track of hours and materials on a creative project

I developed this timesheet so that I could easily keep track of time that I spend on a project and also the materials.  It would also help other artist, crafts people, milliners, prop makers, puppet makers, costume makers and designers to help keep a log of the hours and money they spend on a job.

Please feel free to download and use it too.  Don’t forget to add in things like hours spent sourcing materials, and time spent delivering an item or postage costs.

Its free!  All I ask is that if somebody else wants to use it too, then ask them to download it from here rather than emailing them your own download.

Click on this link to download (it is a PDF): expenses_timesheet_template_edition1