Just finished marker 20 out of the 20 markers I'd set out to paint. Quite happy with the overall look. Now I gotta figure out a layout for the poster (and then the title of course). Full view here: http://jokke-svin.dk/20-markers/ and here's a little behind the scenes screen cast of the creation of the METO marker: http://youtu.be/LKmI9RdkUbU
over 1 year ago
These are gonna be a cool set of posters. Can't wait to see the outcome :)
@Samuel Couto My original idea was to have them all on one single poster. I think I'll stick to that as of now, but you got me thinking that I could make some smaller prints with just 1-3 makers on each.
I really want this print, as is.
@Matthew R. Miller Cool :) I'll make various layouts for Society6 so people have something to choose from.
@Joaquim Marques Nielsen are these analogue or digital paintings?
Very good collection of instruments, varied and interesting colors and lines. Your series of work here is developing nicely. Thanks for sharing the process.
@Dave Rau This is purely digital work using the Mixer Brush Tool in Photoshop. I think I'll add some scanned textures in the final stages of the process though, just to tie it all together and give it some structure apart from the brush strokes. Thanks for the kind words :)
That. is. COOL. so COOL.
@Anthony Lam thanks Anthony. But I honestly don't know how to layout them on the poster… kind of stuck on that one.
I would do a single one with them all nice and grid-ed out on (maybe 1 to 1 scale?), then individual ones with (like you said) 1 - 3 on each poster
@Anthony Lam Yeah that could work. Thanks for your feedback :-) as it is right now, unfortunately, I don't have the time to work on the posters. But I will finish them eventually :-)
@Samuel Couto @Matthew R. Miller @Anthony Lam They're here: http://society6.com/JOMANI :-)
Love your work!
about 1 year ago
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