Working process of a slender but powerful howling wolf for Wolfs Little Store. As you can see I'm working on a few refinements. The one bottom-left is a computerized version that will be put into a black circle as the logo, but still needs some polishing. Client particularly wants to have the eyes stand out more. More about this later...
I used Rotring 0.1 and Copic 0.05 ultra fine liners to draw on top of the pencil sketches made with the Greaphgear 1000 .3 mechanical pencil.
Coming up next, a dark horse and a python!
Just love this stuff ;)
almost 2 years ago
These look amazing, wolves are my favourite animals so very glad to see your version of one after seeing how your made your bear and the others. The bottom left one looks perfect
Like it !!! amazing work!!!
Amazing skills man!
Great work dude!
Love this style Gert. Maybe you should adopt it as your trademark? :)
Dude, I love those Rotrings. I need to snag some new ones; my traditional Rapidographs are a bit too persnickety.
Nice as always Gert - love seeing your process.
@Joe - do you think it has potential enough to adopt it permanently?
@Joe Prince @Joshua Bullock @Bob Case and the rest - you know who you are. Great to know you like it! To me it means a lot from natural talents like you guys!
Great styling @Gert van Duinen ...love how unique it looks.
Looks like a way-more-awesome version of the Phoenix Coyotes logo.
I should also have mentioned that I really dig this piece, dude; fantastic motion and styling. Middle-right would have to be my favorite. The white undercoat stands out a bit more on that one. ;)
This is amazing!
@Joshua - personally I really love the motion of these pieces with the softer transitions of those bold lines that would have been very hard and bitmap-like otherwise in 100% Black & White. Thanks man.
Man you are just a WHIZ with a pen!
so much style!
@Gert van Duinen - absolutely. Not only is this style drop-dead awesome, but it's instantly recognizable. I can't recall seeing anyone with this style over the past few years. That's not to say it's not out there, but if it is it's rare. Could be neat to try and play around with it some more and see if you can make it work :) Best of luck man.
Lovely stuff @Gert!
@Joe - this literally makes my day man. To be honest I was secretly trying to adopt this style just a little bit further and less obvious :))
Great! But on the early shots I think the was a lion.
Cheers @Jonny !
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