Vectorised and coloured. I played around with refining the type, but I am quite fond of the original lines and imperfections from the sketch so i've kept it the way it is.
almost 2 years ago
turned out great, matt. love the sketchy feel to this and of course, those birds...makes me want to go to the park with a bag of stale wonder bread and feed the geese.
so beautiful ... maximum work !!
This is wonderful, Matt. It's got the feel of a classic children's book illustration.
Love this, Matt! Just perfect.
Gorgeous!!! I love engraving/halftone/grunge effect. How did you achieve that?:)
Great feeling to it Matt!
Wonderful! Looks just as good digital as it does not! Excellent job!
this is awesome!
Really beautifully done, absolutely love how you've translated this to vector without losing the sketch aesthetic. The bows are such a nice touch!
Master of so many styles Matt!
Thank you everyone for the very positive feedback. I'm really happy with the way it's turned out and I hope the client likes it.
@Ondrej Lechan I scanned my illustration and played around with a few of the tracing options. Once i did that i simplified the paths and then tweaked certain areas manually. the texture is applied afterwards in photoshop.
@Jeff Jenkins Thank you mate - it's a nice association to be aligned to for the client
@Inka Mathew thank you for the RT Inka!
@Rich Scott cheers legend! not sure about master, maybe a jack of some.
@Claire Coullon Thanks Claire, I redid the bows a few times. I found it tricky getting that same line consistency - I still may refine them a bit, perhaps make a smaller knot and floppier bows.
Killer logo Matt!
Beautiful, Matt. I love that you kept the natural sketchiness of your original drawing. Really fits the vibe. You get TWO extra prawns for this effort.
turned out great!
by Matt Vergotis
Working late to finish off another presentation.
Goosey Gander is a retail on-line baby clothing company.
You can take a gander (sorry, couldn't help myself) at the full presentation here
over 1 year ago
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