About

Welcome to Lissa Designs! I’ve been operating since 2009 as an independent endeavor. It is a small business based in Colorado that offers many unique items including prints, stationary and planners. You’ll find printable planners, binders, and budgeting tools to keep you organized and to make your life easier. My original artwork prints are sure to brighten up your space.

Hello, I’m Lissa and I am a freelance graphic designer, illustrator and artist. I was born and raised in the Midwest but moved to the beautiful state of Colorado in the late 90’s. I also create and sell a wide range of prints, stationary, planners, clay pins, clay earrings and other goodies in my shop.

I am a creative, who’s mediums of choice depend on the day and how I feel. On some days, all that’s required of me is watercolor; other times acrylic painting provides the perfect outlet for my creativity while still others bring ink drawing or marker illustration into play. Traditional media like oil pastels also have their place in this constantly changing workspace. Every time I start a project there are countless ways it can go off the beaten path. So, no matter which way your passion leads you, let loose with abandon!

Thank you for visiting my blog! I’m so happy you are here. Join me over on my YouTube channel if you would like to follow along on my art journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What iPad and accessories do you use?

I use the 5th generation 12.9″ iPad Pro with 1TB of storage and the Paperlike matte screen protector for drawing. I also have the 2nd generation Apple pencil and a ZtotopCases case that has a 6 magnetic position stand, pencil holder and smart cover.

2. What studio equipment do you use?

For overhead recording, I use my Sony a6400 attached to an Arkon clamp stand. I use my Sony FS5 Mark II to record closeup angle shots that is attached to a Manfrotto tripod. For lighting, I have several Neewer studio lights, a ring light and two tabletop soft boxes. To record voiceover, I use my Blue Yeti microphone attached to an adjustable boom arm.

3. What art supplies do you use?

Honestly, I have so many art supplies and it would be a long list to name all of them. I love trying out new art supplies and experimenting in new mediums. Check out my YouTube studio tour for a walkthrough of all my supplies and equipment.

4. What graphics tablet do you use?

I tend to use my iPad and the Procreate app when I watch tv or relax on the sofa. When I am in my studio, I use either my iPad or my Huion Kamvas 20 that is attached to a Huanuo adjustable boom arm. When working on my Huion, I use Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

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