Was really inspired by the beautiful illustrations by Ryan Quickfall (Super 8) and Chris Beaumont (Vintage Clocks), to help dust off my illustration skills. Getting ready to do some print making again. This guy is just a little throwaway ;)
about 2 years ago
This is a breath of fresh air when it comes to camera icons/illustrations. Nice wood grain and reflections. Win.
@Jesse Penico Appreciate the kind words :) This was more of an exercise. The woodgrain style is from a CA tutorial. Going to try some different techniques and see where it takes me.
Cooolest thing I've seen on dribbble!
do you know of a good tutorial to check out for the vintage grainy shading you did on here?
@Andrew Sale Do I ever! http://vectips.com/tutorials/custom-dusty-type-treatment/
Man ... your portfolio is really amazing ... totally dig it ... way to underrated ... were are the followers??? Come on, guys!
throwaway!? Also, I own that camera (minus the wood grain).
Really loving all of dribbbles so far, keep up the great work Jerod
@brian hurst I guess throwaway was a bad choice of words :) I'll try to find a way to use it later, hopefully. You have the Konica with the Black texture?
@Andrew Sale @Yoga Perdana @Andrew Colin Beck @Adam Mann @Peter Voth Thank you!!!!! (One exclamation point for each of you.)
Ah man this is really nice! loving that take on the wood grain, and the texture for the light on the lens
@Ryan Quickfall Thanks! Still amazed by your Super8 illustration. Really hope you do a print of it someday.
My eyes are having an affair.
I really loved it)
The dust is clear!
DUDE! This blows my camera out of the water!
Oh maaan, this is gorgeous. And @Nick Slater, don't be too hasty. Yours is still stellar bro.
Dude this so awesome. You should do more!
That's crazy that that grain tutorial is in illustrator. Never thought to dabble in textures in AI. Interesting!
by Jerod Gibson
More playing around. Just trying to find my groove with illustrating.
about 2 years ago
I just love how you did the wood texture. Nice! Is that freehand?
@Jon Schafer The wood is actually from a tutorial on CA. Once I get a better feeling for illustrating, I'll start building my own.
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