been asked by Dan Carr to create a bad-ass looking elephant for his professional photography business, in your not-so-typical-simplified logo style: preferably in the style of some previous animal sketches like the Silverback I've done some year ago. Though this one might pose a fat-ass challenge, because he not only asked for a more detailed illustrated logo, but he also wants aperture blades appearing somewhere in the ears area of the elephant.
Obviously this sketch needs some refinements in the ears area, feeth, tail, tooth and more. Though there's a billion of elephants out there, I'm happy with the overall pose. But hey, how many poses can an elephant take anyway :)
Guess I always need a challenge or two to pull myself through the next round of things. I could definitely go on for hours and hours here just to refine it to the bones. Guess I need a sack of new Microns!
If you're interested, check my prev sketch of Wessy the dog.
11 months ago
Love your style, man! :)
wow ... woooow ... woooooooooow ... love it !
You @Gert van Duinen are just incredible. Constantly blow me away! Great work!
wow, love it!
Mind is blown, Bad-ass indeed.
really enjoying this style, Gert.
Has some great movement to it.
The ears are a bit hard to see I think, but good work! I really enjoy this style.
@Andreas Ubbe Dall Spot on, that's right! It's because I'm still working on that area that needs an aperture in there.
Wow, fantastic work once again Gert!
@Mike Bruner Thanks bud!
One of a kind! Amazing @Gert van Duinen.
As I mentioned on Twitter, freaking stunning, the lines are so good, real tight piece of work. I need to go draw now and get this good!
WTF buddy thats amazing
@Andy Hall You have nothing to complain buddy! :)
I love your style. This is wonderful!
Great work Gert!
@Gert van Duinen this style intrigues me. Really top work. Nice one Gert!
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