Made this little guy for an article in my works newsletter about charity art organizations.
EDIT: I Added an attachment of this months Nova Newsletter. I had the privileged of making all the art this time around, this is always a fin little project :)
about 1 year ago
thick stroke, offset fill. all the makings of a rad design. nice work sir!
Love the concept, awesome!
This is pretty awesome! The combination of the orange pencils and the organic leaves underneath makes me kind of think of carrots which I think it pretty awesome and I'm not sure you were going that way. But if you were, I think it would make sense if the leaves matched up with the angles of the pencils more.
wow ... great !!
The only part that throws me is where the lines of the pencil stop to give the overlapping effect. Since the color is still there, I feel like the lines should be, too. Maybe continue the lines to the edge of the top pencil, or maybe just on one side and shorten the distance between on the other.
Really like this James! Perfect as is in my opinion.
Love the balance between symmetry above and natural flow below the ribbon.
So epic!!! I love this and your style!
Looks great! It feels a bit strange that you cut off the stroke of the back pencil yet the yellow filler color doesn't cut off. Did you try it without the cut-off?
weird coloring, I like it it!
love that style
Lovely. Agree with @Cory Angen about the pencil strokes.
I think lose the heart. If I was being picky ha Otherwise great :)
Absolutely love this.
Unsure about the splatter on the turquoise, doesn't it work with just a flat colour?
Loving it. Have you tried it with the heart just above where the pencils cross? It's a fairly symmetrical design otherwise.
Looks great man!
by James Graves
Working on some more newsletter graphics for an article about maximizing user experience, thoughts? :)
about 1 year ago
12 months ago
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