Working on my first embroidered patch. Really anxious to see how this thing turns out! I also demoed the illustration of this design. You can see it here.
over 1 year ago
gonna be sweet patch and finaly new video that shows more of digital side of things :) thanks man
Great vid/insight into your process and let us know where to cop that patch when they're done.
Thanks guys! @Nemanja Jovanovic @Jason Williams I finally got some decent screen capture software;0) This design is a bit different than other more detailed illustrations. I'll do more soon. Thanks!
really cool !
your video is awesome.
I like how you move your "paper" around, for the bits you need.
always woundered how ppl got arround there design not fitting the computer version.
Also like how the headdress looks like skull teeth in the beginning. looks like one skull eating another skull.
Very educational too :D
It's really sharp and bad-ass. Nice work!
Real nice good job
Duude, so awesome
Thanks guys! @Jason Teunissen Thanks man! Glad you enjoyed the video and found it entertaining! Makes it worth going through that process!
(and the digital result looks sweet too!)
can't wait to see it!
love the video. its cool to see someone work with a brush rather than pen tool everything. im definitely trying that more often
Thanks y'all! @Brandon Moore Oh yeah... brush all the way!
The depth you create with the feathers going over the thin red line is both simple and fantastic in execution.
Any specific reason you created this in Photoshop rather than in Illustrator with vectors?
Sick man. I think you are my favorite artist on dribble. Very inspiring video. Makes me want to put away the mouse and finally learn to use my wacom.
@Brian Smith Thanks man! Ordinarily I would use more of a half tome for something like that but wasn't sure how it would translate into embroidering. Glad it came off well. Appreciate it!
@Ryan Brock I'm just more of an illustrator than a click - drag - manipulate line paths kind of guy;0)
@Brian Milner Wow! Thanks man! There are sooo many uber talented folks on here! Major complement man! Thanks so much!
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