Working on a wedding invitation for a friend :) May need to see a chiropractor after this one.
* This is not the final version. Just a draft.
almost 2 years ago
This looks lovely! How long did this draft take? Your poor back...
No need for chiropractic treatment. – I ❤ it! Seems to be made of rice grains thrown at weddings; ... from this point of view these beautiful dotted shapes and characters have an outstanding symbolic significance.
Love the project name
hahaha, looks mighty awesome for a draft!!! can't wait to see more :)
Don't hunch, just lower your chair till you look like a toddler at a diner table. Do it all the time :)
Thank you @Arno and @Eddie! Appreciate the feedback :)
@J.L. Martin Not too long...I cheated by getting a bunch of pens and stabbing in bunches in some places :)
@Christopher I was going to title it "Things That Will Eventually Lead To My Death" but there is a character limit haha.
@Greg That's exactly what I did haha. I looked pretty ridiculous :)
I love that 'just a draft' for you is the equivalent of a 'final version' for everyone else :p
lookin' good :)
I want you to do a stop motion video of your workings.
Brilliant work, as per usual ;)
..great work @Anna Ropalo !
Very lovely ... I'am lookin' fortward to see more of it
You like to make things difficult for yourself huh? ;) great stuff Anna
Really impressive how much time you seem to spend on your projects! Looks great!
looking really nice, love to see the final version. Great work Anna :)
wow, looks amazing
Love it @Anna! Excited to see the final version!
cant stop wont stop
@Joshua is right haha! nice one, I love the curls that give it an illusion of solidity even though it's just stippling and it has no solid outlines. Really nice!
As cool and amazing as this looks, make sure you don't hurt yourself! In all seriousness, we're quite young now and we can certainly "get away" with bad posture, but we should use our youth as an advantage by preventing future problems.
Coincidentally, I just read this article this morning regarding posture (it's an "art of manliness" article, but the advice on posture is good for anyone).
Best thing I did was get a really nice chair with excellent lumbar support. It felt odd for the first long time since my posture was so bad, but regular use has made vast improvements.
Ok, I totally nerded up this comment section—sorry about that! This looks excellent regardless and can't wait to see more!
Love this style. Absolutely am in love with it. Oh hai!
@Dash @Tobia Crivellari @Ronny Hummitzsch @Hossein Yektapour @Joe Rutland @Florin Capota @Abdallah Ahizoune @Matthew Sanders Thank you for the incredibly kind words! I will try to remain alive for a while longer so you can see the finished project :)
@Joshua Hibbert Haha of you had seen this in person you would have understood why I called it a draft :)
@Daryl Ginn It's an interesting idea...thanks for the suggestion :)
@Luke Ritchie I really, really do. I try to challenge myself with every project and learn something new, but most of the time it involves me getting frustrated and going to sleep haha.
@Henric Sjösten Most of my work is done on the bus haha. The public transportation here is very inspirational ;)
@Nick Matarese I will make that my new motto haha.
@Joseph Alessio Thank you! I think those sort of elements are needed in this particular aesthetic because it can look lifeless without any dimension. Stupid dots.
@Sean McCabe You really did haha ;) But its important stuff! I think I'm going to finish the rest of this on the floor...
oldschool technique ) good
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