For the Everywhere Project.
11 months ago
An Illustrated sun may be my favorite character. Never enough of them.
@Gavin Thompson I can't seem to stop drawing suns!
Happy to see you're on this project as well!
How did you execute the lines? Computer? By hand? You've sure stumped us! Looks so great!
@This Paper Ship My last project I figured out a great way to rough up vectored edges through photoshop filters. I bet it would work well on lines too. Helps keep a computer precision to the lines
@This Paper Ship Ah, success! I like to make it ambiguous. :) I use a mix of scanned line and vector. But like @Gavin Thompson pointed out, there's something nice about have a non-rasterized line, so I've invested a lot of time in building custom AI brushes.
Agreed about the sun icon! It's amazing how many variations are possible in a smiling sun face.
@Lydia Nichols I've done the same thing with lots of meticulously-built custom brushes, but I find that I often need to do a lot of finagling to get the resulting strokes to look good. Like sometimes, for a really long, winding stroke with many angles and points, the line gets...weird. Sometimes, I end up having to cut a single stroke into several segments to get the line to look right as a whole.
Annnnnnnyway, I love what you've done here, and I'm such a huge fan of this mid-century-modern-inspired style.
9 months ago
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