Poster for vet office - new update
Russ Van Dine last edited by
Design is awesome, characters are great. One small change I might make is the turtle in the bottom right seems a bit heavy, kinda stops the flow from that side... maybe a little more white space before you get to him...
kristinn last edited by
That is such a great drawing! Full of fun characters and details, I'm sure it will delight pet owners and the people working there. I look forward to seeing it coloredshaded, whichever version they decide on.
smceccarelli last edited by smceccarelli
I am sorry I am not contributing much these days. Things are sort of exploding and I am swamped.
I have finished and delivered this meanwhile, so for the curious, here is the final. It is a highly compressed version, so most of the details are lost. If you want to see all the 5 million fur hairs that I had to paint, there are some details on my website.
As per last discussion, they plan to plot it and mount it under plexiglas - hope they send some pictures when they are done!
Rich Green last edited by
@smceccarelli SO GOOD!!!!
lmrush last edited by
So awesome my favorite is the dog fur!
Charlie Eve Ryan last edited by
Awesome, love the cat going after the fish water bowl.
evilrobot last edited by
Wow, great work. That looks so good.
Kevin Longueil last edited by
@smceccarelli Turned out great Simona! - would love to see the installation photos too
alexonlyknows last edited by
Your painting skills are Crazy good! I I was looking at the sketch for so long but then I scrolled down and saw the colors! So well done!
smceccarelli last edited by
@orokotanman @evilrobot @Rich-Green @lmrush @Charlie-Eve-Ryan @Kevin-Longueil Thank you so much for your kind words!!! I hated it towards the end, so it is good to get some perspective
Just re-watched one of Lee White´s videos when he says "the size of the final image may affect your process, so ask the client about it" - and I thought how true that is!
In case you get asked to do images for a billboard, calculate at least 3 times the time that a standard size would take (I am talking for digital - traditional is a different story altogether) and make sure your computer can handle the file size. My first billboard two years ago was the reason I ended up buying a new computer....
And thinking of big images, here is one of my favorite artists doing something amazing:
He is a crazy guy doing HUGE art - normally live - all over the world. And also some pretty amazing "normal" art. His videos also introduced me to psy-trance (one of my favorite types of music while I am painting).
Kelly Lane last edited by
@smceccarelli Great work! The tortoise and the hare on top reference was not lost on me
Lee Holland last edited by
Great piece smceccarelli