Another illustration study for a upcoming poster design. The first slide is the finished vector and the second is the original sketch.
The intention is to screen print the vector version, but I've been thinking of making sketch available as print on Society6. Might be easier to digital print these sketches compared to offsetting or screen printing.
I know some of you guys sell on Society6 and was wondering some of your thoughts on quality and production. Even thoughts from others that have purchased products off Society6 would be awesome!
4 months ago
Very lovely Ryan!
@Ryan Putnam love it!
Dig that background.
Awesome work @Ryan Putnam I've actually just recently uploaded one of my designs "Bicyclette" to Society6 I've ordered one to see how good the quality of it is too. So I have yet to know myself.
Lovely work! Big fan!
The quality seems to be really nice. Have a read through Marc Johns' review:
Nice and sweet bear ! I like the textures ^^
Really lovely, especially with the addition of the vector landscape!
Ryan, this great and I'm sure would do well on S6. I have been happy with the print quality but not with the t-shirt quality.
Thanks guys! Also, thanks for the S6 feedback.
Haha, love this. I like his delicate hold of the cup. Great work!
Nice work buddy! Will this be an actual print to buy?
Love the print. I've purchased a print from @dmott70 on S6 and it was perfect. If you do shirts I'd suggest Threadbird, they did some shirts for me and were great.
D'awwww - cute :P great style as per Ryan!
Love the slight shadow on the bear itself - and all the attention to the background behind him. Can't wait to see a finished product!
Another slam dunk sir.
This would look so awesome in my office.
@Nick Slater I'm not sure yet. I was thinking of at least putting the sketch version up on Society6.
3 months ago
about 1 month ago
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