Make sure you mention this is done using gradient mesh, otherwise people might just mistake it for a photo! Top notch.
over 3 years ago
That was a uni assignment right? I drew the Motorola V3, which at the time seemed like a great idea, but it was the first time I'd really used Illustrator for anything substantial and once I got to the point of having to draw all the number and letters on the keypad I was beginning to regret my choice... I wonder where those old files are.
Ha yeah! I was going to do a phone, but I avoided doing anything with type/numbers when I realised that it would be a pain in the ass.
Took about 40 hours to do with a gradient mesh in Illustrator. It's pretty cool that it's vector, I can size it up as much as I want :)
I agree with Farzad, ultra-super-duper-realistic.
Really cool ;)
One of the best photo-realistic vector illustrations i've seen. Well done!
the reflection on the plate is killer!
You sir, are way too good at this! It's almost too realistic.
this is amazing, can we get some detail shots of it?
YOU ARE A MACHINE.
Big deal, it's a photo of an espresso machine. :)
Wow. This is unbelievable!
Any tutorials you can point us to dealing with this sort of stuff?
This is simply incredible. I really need to learn this kind of stuff.
That is incredible!
This looks so real. Wowsa.
Can I ask how large the canvas was? I guess that doesn't matter if this was done Illustrator though. Simply mindblowing.
How about make it a REALITY! Oh ya, and count me down for the first one :P
Jeeze. Which side of the Force are you on? Just let me know so I can tap into that power...
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