Hello I just wanted to do a follow up of the piece I showed on General discussions, as a continuing piece to my cover I wanted to follow the directions some of you guys gave me and first draft of where I wanted everything to be. These pieces are for my own portfolio I'm trying to gear my work to children's illustration.
The next drawing I want to focus on is Sam interacting with the Giraffe ( she's telling us that she can wear as many scarves as a giraffe maybe even more. This is just a doodle I made to work with.
These are the two pieces I made to choose from. I wanted them to look as if they were having fun getting messing around.
Hello, I've had a subscription to SVS for several months and just now noticed the forum section. lol I enjoy incorporating what I learn from SVS into my design briefs for other online courses/classes I currently take. Such is the case of this Star Tarot card...which I designed after binge watching SVS videos for a few days. :)
I wanted to share my work because I felt I had a major break through with this illustration. I usually work more traditionally and bring in different mixed media elements into my graphic art one piece at a time, but I wanted to approach this piece differently. So I followed Will Terry's guidance with using a thumbnail, and actually hand shaded a 2x2 inch example of this; which I ended up referring throughout the entire process. I now get the importance of the thumbnail. I also finally understand the whole unified tone thing which now I can clearly see in other illustrations I admire. This piece was quite outside my comfort zone, but I'm grateful for what I learned through it (so thanks SVS team). So here is my piece and I look forward to continuing to learn. Constructive feedback is welcome.
So the overall idea is (hopefully) self explanatory; a kid stuck between right and wrong. Aside from potentially switching what side the actual words are on (it feels a little counterintuitive to have wrong come first), I would love to specifically know the following: 1.) whether or not the letters I've painted are even legible 2.) if they are legible, do the values make it easily legible, or do they need to be adjusted
Began this in procreate last night. Any suggestions, edits, crops would be greatly welcomed. New here and if I can finally get this browser to cooperate with the forum will be a very happy camper:) than you for taking the time to view my post.
Im creating a scene to be reproduced on a map or magnetic sign for a shaved ice business. I have come up with the design and am doing some color comps using Will's technique the best i can recreate it:P Its been a while since I messed about in PS. Let me know what you think, the first one I got kind of green. the others blue yellowish color theme. any suggestions welcome!
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