Here is a zoomed in detail of an illustration that I'm currently working on that seems to take ages to finish. What you see here will only appear very small in the final version. So you'll hardly see all these details (the beauty of vector-based illustrations). I'll probably also add some subtle shadow effects here. I always do these kind of finishing touches in my last stage, but I'm not there yet. So it's all still in progress, but the end is almost near.
almost 2 years ago
Great details..Keep up the great work @Veerle Pieters
When I saw the thumbnail on my iPhone, it almost looked like a 3d rendering.
Nice! Campagnolo brake?
wow! really a cyclist and a designer. Love the details @Veerle Pieters :-)
Moar details, pls :D
Thank you guys! :)
@Salih Kucukaga Thx! No, it's Shimano.
@Kaushik V. Panchal Thx! Yes, I can't live without my cycling anymore since a couple of years now. It has become my way of life really as cycling has become a vital part of my life… I've been slowly growing from hybride/touring bike, to hybrid race bike (with flat steer)… to a full race-bike and I'm very much loving it. An update on my blog will come, but I first have to finish this illustration :)
looks really clean and very nicely detailed, great job Veerle
Is this your bike Veerle or your dream bike. :)
Very beautiful @Veerle Pieters I've always loved your illustrations.
Wow! Awesome @Veerle Pieters even I'm so much in love with cycling since last 2years, have an MTB and going to get a hybrid one soon. I can see how much time its going to take to complete this awesomely detailed work. Keep it up, cycling and designing both :-D I loved it so much that I forgot to click on "like" and started commenting :-P
What a level of detail, looks amazing, and yeah i'm sure that's a small portion of the whole graphic, hehe.
We are following you now to get all the updates :)!
Thanks everyone :) Will try to finish it this week. I need to do the crankset, pedals, rear-and front derailleur. Not the easiest parts to draw. Luckily I have the perfect model ;)
@Ste Both :)
I would buy a big ass poster of this .
Having just bought a road bike, I like
Make us a hi-res desktop background after it's all finished, so we can enjoy the details better! :)
Fulcrum wheelset & Michelin tires I'd say. Very detailed indeed, nice work.
What frame is it?
@Lauri Lehtmaa Wow! That's very impressive! Soon to be revealed on my blog :)
over 1 year ago
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