OK. So Sydney beat out Buenos Aires for the next slot in my City Series. Shown here is the proposed shrink wrap, that will cloak a wine bottle.
Love to know what you good people think (especially you Aussie locals!)
about 1 month ago
This is awesome man.
Can't wait for the shots of these final bottles man!
@Tyler Anthony Thanks Tyler!
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic - Me too, buddy. Me too!
So clean! Nice job.
you allright!Put a monocle on that koala, go on
@Luke Ritchie - Good idea. I'm gonna do that!
@Ryan Magsino - Thanks! Had to keep massaging those points. @MUTI Thank you. Sorry for the betrayal. I did do Cape Town first though! @Peter M Clark Your appreciation is much appreciated.
just love it
I like the nose on the koala. Love the colors too.
So good. That lighthouse!
Amazing work and I want that cricket bat :)
I like this overall, but why justified type? The column is far too narrow for that, creates wordspace rivers.
fantastic piece Simon !
I want to know how many iterations you go through in order to reach the selected design (direction)?
Great as always, you already know that. Mister coala is spot on.
I always loved living in Sydney - you captured it.
Great work again Simon.
Nice, dude. Love those colors. And it's nice to see a little texture coming back on the market.
@Stephen Coles - Thanks Stephen. That text is just a temporary placeholder. @Szende Brassai / Adline Means a lot coming from you! @Jovan Petrić Thanks! And I appreciate your interest. I created this directly in Illustrator, loosely based on reference photos. No sketches. Only tested about 3 extra scenes that didn't make the cut. Glad you liked Mr Koala. No idea where he came from! I find that one has a more vivid imagination not committing ideas to paper. One's brain is the best editor. @David Cran Thank you Mr Cran! You're a man of the world, for sure. Glad it brought back memories. @Kevin Burr Thanks. It never left! ;-)
@RaitG Always enjoy your comments. Thank you! @Derrick Kempf Thanks! I spent as long on his nose and mouth as other entire scenes! @Nuruzzaman Sheikh Thanks! Ha, don't tell anyone, but the cricketer's pose was based on a photo of Jonathan Trott. @Mason Phillips Thank you. First scene I drew, but kept coming back to add bits.
a great and unique design! Also can't wait to see this on the actual bottles!
It's amazing how you can depict a variety of things with a few simple strokes, shapes and colours and end up with something as fantastic as this.
@Ameen Al Saqqaf Thank you very much!
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