Another skateboard sketch. This is made in PS to block out and plan the areas I want to vector later. More soon!
over 1 year ago
Is it bad I like the soft edges of PS in this? I think if you can translate that into vector it will look immense!
I think I could do it (not for this brief, it's screen printed)
Travis Price works in illustrator and he can make this - http://www.travisprice.com.au/fieldtrip/
Looks interesting... *goes to drawing board*
Travis was at a conference I attended a few months back. He makes the style by layering feathered appearances and then adds some grunge over the top at the end.
by Kate McInnes
She's finished! Frankie is now ready to be printed onto a sidewalk cruiser deck. I've attached the evolution of the piece. It's a bit different from my regular work. I wanted to keep the flow of the PS sketch but I needed the file to be vector.
Step 1 - Sketch onto iPad with a stylus and the Procreate drawing app (http://savage.si/) I love this app!
Step 2 - Import JPG from iPad to refine and plan more of the shapes and colors in PS. I used my new Wacom Intuos5 for this. Again, more love! The new scratchy surface on the Intuos5 makes drawing feel "real".
Step 3 - Import JPG from Ps into Ai and use Custom Brushes, the Blob Brush and some Pen Tool to vector the image and create the export file.
Step 4 - Wait for it to be printed on a skateboard ;)
over 1 year ago
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