i am learning something new and would appreciate feedback or any tips. vectors are slippery fuckers.
9 months ago
DOIN GOOD KEEP ON TRUCKIN
As far as tips go, the fewer points you use, the smoother the curve. You can do a lot with two or three points.
Good example of minimal points: http://drbl.in/xsk
Keep going! At this point it, whether or not you go with @Mike Meyer's advice I think, depends on what aesthetic you are going for. With her lips and nose, I see this sort of very squared off geometric, abstract sort of aesthetic, but with her hair and jaw, I see more of a smooth line sort of thing going on.
It's definitely good to master both techniques, depending on what you are going for.
P.S. I really like how you can see her hair in the negative space ;)
thank you, gentlemen. i get why both are good, i am kind of trying to approach vectors like another medium- acrylic, watercolor- and i use both styles of shape within my illustrations. should be interesting!
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