I enjoyed getting back on the brush pens this afternoon for a bit of practicing. This time I wanted to stay true to the stroke widths and directions that I created via the brush pen, rather then sketching them afterwards (see attachment).
Surname to come tomorrow.
6 months ago
A good artist can make any pen look good.
Super style Matt!
Nicely done, Matt.
More great work from the maestro himself.
It's always nice to see people still using manual techniques!
Keep it up bro!
love it matt. i'm sucked into the usual brush pen/refine afterwards with tracing paper and pencil, thing.
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Thanks for the encouragement gents. Appreciate the comments enormously.
@Joe Prince I've been a little fixated on geometry lately so it was really nice to pick up the tools.
@Willian Silveira Cheers mate. I'm always in awe of people that achieve desired results with brush pens, so over time I wish to develop this skill.
@Colin Tierney Yes mate, I'm hearing you. I get a little impatient at times/ pressed for time and skip out that process, but I would like to explore it as well. I definitely see the benefits as I spend a very very long time tweaking paths in illustrator.
by Matt Vergotis
Finished(ish) signature logo for "Dancing with the Stars - Australia)" judge funny man Josh Horner. Special thanks to Mr. Simon Frouws for pushing me on the surname.
Un-3Dimensionalized version attached.
6 months ago
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