I'm working on a pictogram serie for a personal project. (pictos or small illustrations, I'm not sure) This drawing is for the first pictogram. This project is an opportunity for me to test textures and render.
theme: map design
medium: crayons on sketchbook
next step: vectorisation with illustrator
picto type : exemple
over 3 years ago
Wow this is absolutely beautiful.
This is awesome!
That is just great - love the crayon style.
wow...something really unique here.i like. like the dotty shadow effect
So nice! Will you keep the crayon look once it goes into vectorization? 'Cause that would be awesome!
The blue strokes around everything add a nice tone. Very pleasing color palette!
Reminds me of good ol' SimCity 2000. Looks very good.
Someday Google Maps will be able to zoom into "City Infrastructure" level...
@Collin Aw, now I want to play Sim City 3k.
Laffin' @Richard Henry. This is absolutely gorgeous; great work.
Crayons on sketchbook with so much details... I couldn't imagine the quality of the final piece...! Well done ;)
I really like the dots texture on background.
@Janet: I'll try to keep the crayon look, it's my challenge :)
@Aurélien: I like to start a job with crayons on sketchbook (lot of exemples comming soon on my website).
@Tommy @Richard: imagine a SimCity version with crayon look :)
@Collin: a lot of secret will be revealed !
Fantastic job Philippe !! ;-)
I really like that Philippe. Well done :-)
Thanks guys ! :)
I love this! The perspective is slightly off, but I think it only adds to the illustration rather than detracting from it. What are the chances of seeing a tutorial on how you go about illustrating these Philippe?
Amazing, especially given crayon is the medium.
Holy crap balls.
about 3 years ago
Lovely! It has a kind of Seurat feel to it I think :)
almost 2 years ago
about 1 year ago
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