Posts Tagged ‘vectors’

February 4, 2012 0

Pile of Paintings

By in men, paintings, sketches, watercolour, women

These are simple, but done with different techniques and programs. Up above is purely digital, drawn and painted in Photoshop. The guy below was drawn in Adobe Illustrator according to a pencil sketch, then coloured in Photoshop. I’m happy with the ink lines I’m able to create, and they’re fast to do, too. This strange […]

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January 19, 2012 1

All-digital Airplane

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This took me a bit of time, but taught me a lot about digital painting, and making clean lines in illustrator and photoshop. It started life as one of my silly little sketches, so it’s not a real kind of airplane. I’m experimenting with different lines to see which ones are the prettiest and fastest […]

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December 15, 2010 2

Christmas Card 2010

By in cats

Got this printed up and sent out, so I feel like I can “share” it now. Noting that other illustrators are doing more than one design. But aside from maybe painting a quick neighbourhood snowscape that’s it for me. Took me a while, because the challenge I set for myself was to learn more about […]

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November 28, 2010 2

More Vectorizing

By in men, sketches, watercolour, women

Getting a little more organised with the vectors. The thing I like about Illustrator is that it’s possible to monkey with lines to an infinite degree. Still plenty to learn, however. Today, I hope to unravel the secrets of the “Gradient Mesh.” Some more traditional stuff below:

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