And the finished 'happy' version. Happy New Year everyone! Larger: http://bit.ly/rxcw2q
over 2 years ago
Great work! I actually prefer the happy version - the b&w version was a bit too sad.
How did you make this? Vector or raster? Or traditional?
I have to agree. It really reflects their branding better. It's a mix of sketching, vector construction, and some Photoshop modifications, like shadows and such.
Fantastic work with this one, such beautiful curves. I'm all for gloomy black & white (it did look terrific) but I can definitely see how this would be more appropriate.
All the best and Happy New Year to you too!
Thank you Claire, all the best to you as well! :)
I love it! Very nice.
It's beautiful! Happy New year to you as well! :)
While the darker version is more my style (I'm just so partial to black and grey), I can see how this is the better direction from a commercial perspective. Great work - it flows so beautifully!
You mister Beltechi, are a true genius.
What Christian said. Damn, dude!
Thanks everyone, I really appreciate it!
Seriously taken aback at how good this is. Really incredible work.
Thank you, Brandon! :)
by Alex Beltechi
Just for fun, the updated gloomy version. Larger: http://bit.ly/vpRXlJ I'm happy with both, but the green version remains more adequate for the client.
over 2 years ago
super work mate
9 months ago
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