Exercise process shot of a badass python. Client wants an aggressive lean mean python machine, attacking with deadly fangs showing.
Most probably still a bit too mean and detailed for a fall-protection / safety company, lol.
As you can see I'm working on its scale in the top-right to get it right with the 0.1 Copic Fine Liners. After studying pythons for a while I found out about their amazingly symmetrical heads and scales.
Anyway, more about this one soon as well. I have to wrap-up a few other projects first!
about 1 year ago
I think I just shat myself.
Amazing as always!
Wow great! Like the constrast.
really strong silhouette, and mean as hell.
I agree that it may be a bit too detailed for a logo, but it's still visually amazing! I don't think it's too aggressive, by the way. I guess it depends what kind of company it is :)
Either way, awesome stuff!
woow and woow :)
@Jan Meeus - Whahahahaha!
@Ben - Just added it to the description. It's a safety company, mainly in the field of fall-protection equipment.
:-| So awesome!
Smokin' hot python!
Dude, really love it - a departure from your geometric roots and really coming together! Like you say, may need simplifying for logo purposes, but why not start with this and work back to something practical?! Great.
Oh wow, a badass python!
perhaps you'd like to see how ssssssssssssnake like i can be?????? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okvnUzTRwU0
dude, let us see some human mistakes somewhere..sometimes...
TOTALLY BADASS!!!!!!! :D
@Owen - Thanks for your great constructive feedback man. Will consider working back to something more simplified. Really makes sense!
@Maarten - Haha, that's one big badass sssssnake! Never seen this before, I think it's Alladin or something? Awesome anyway!
@Stevan - Lol! But if you look closely you can see there are lots of mistakes in there. No perfect curves, bad shadow / highlight construction, etc, etc... ;)
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