Illustration for this week's Sevenly campaign which is bringing water to those in need.
Full design and original illustration is attached.
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9 months ago
I prefer the black and white on this one, but the lettering is just insane.
These colors remind me of one of those UV shirts that change color in the sun. I mean that in a cool retro way, but as usual the design is insanely awesome.
Get out of here, bro. Insane.
i think i'm with @Jason Carne on this one. don't hate the color, but kinda dig the black and white a little more.
This is so very nice and I like thee colors, It has a very T & C color scheme http://pics.mobygames.com/images/covers/large/1121518296-00.jpg
@Jason Carne @Corey Meyers Bringing the 90's back you guys. Too soon?
@Herson Rodriguez @Matthew Smith Thanks guys!
@Jordan Egstad Thanks, bro.
I love the ink work. The black and white one alone is gorgeous.
What a monumental amount of work to get this done. Stellar result.
Might I add. The original illustration is just fantastic.
How do you like using that pen and ink compared to a marker pen like a Micron? This illustration is brilliant!!!
Dat detail! Cool idea and fun to see you making a departure from your usual style. Wild colors as well, probably not something I'd wear but it's fun to look at!
Been on a roll!
Man, that's some serious detail, you have some patience :)
I think I just blacked out when I saw this... How long did this take you?
absolutely stunning work man!
@Nathan Yoder Thirsty!!!!
these colors are insane!
@Steve Wolf I love using the dip pen. It's the only pen I use for illustration at this point unless I'm doing something quick and simple. It's just so versatile and I feel like I have a lot more control over the variation of my lines. It actually saves a lot of time in some ways, not having to thicken lines in areas that a thinner pen would leave narrow.
@Tyler Anthony haha Thanks man. I think it was around 13hrs or something crazy like that. I definitely didn't account for how long it would take to ink when I sketched it out haha
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