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Donīt be scared. Itīs just me :D
18-07-2003, 11:07 PM
cool... I like it ... the text is nice too... what programs did you use?
he he itīs just photoshop. It isnīt a real vector art, all done with the polygonal lazoo. But itīs a good way to get started in the vectorart ;)
The logo is mine.:D
You might create darker areas to give it some contrast, try importing it into Illustrator or other vector. Or import a picture of yourself into Photoshop, posterize it to 5 levels and take it into your vector application to retrace it there.
I love this kind of "dry" shading, no gradients.
3Dan-3DT - I tryed to add darken areas but they make the image less fresh. So I only used lights and highlights. Posterize is an easy way to locate the gradient levels but it drains a creative part. And if we are talking about of "repaint" a photo with plain colors the creativity part is less than 0.
When I do a composition or a draw using reference images or registerde images I want to create something new with it. Not a recoloured, repainted or redrawed one. Thats the only way I tolerate the usage of reference material. For me and for others.;)
20-07-2003, 11:02 PM
RBL, it's very nice. it's very clean and effective. I also like the logo very much. I'd like to see some more of this, but I'd like to see it, pulled into more graphics design elements, something bigger. Great stuff.
I see your point and totally agree.
My suggestion is due to my love of vector art, i work in Illustrator and Corel, never use the gradient tool and seldom the blend tool. It's hard edges for me!;)
03-08-2003, 10:36 AM
tobes - I would be glad to see your Topic-related-artwork but this thread is for me ;) And that pic is offensive and breaks the first rule of vector art: No Blurred edges.
06-08-2003, 07:29 AM
yeah thats not cool.....Tobes....
14-08-2003, 10:50 PM
I like your self portrait in vector art, i've never thought about drawing myself in that style. It's a great piece of art though, well done.
Would you mind if other people posted their own pieces of vector art here ??
We could open a "vectorart thread" ;)
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