David. I will need to get back to this one later and fix some of the timing with the teardrop but overall I’m pleased with my sad David.
Sweet and young drunk love.
Today is the first the day of a series of simple motion graphics. The purpose of this content is one, to keep the creative muscle active and two, to learn and practice skills of applications I want to keep working within the future. I don’t have a theme in particular only following the same style I had with the posters, trying to keep the subject …
Do not give up.
20 days after, 20 posters, during this time I was able to explore applications tools that I was not familiar with. I was able to accomplish what I had in mind but it did take quite the time to research how to do it. I’m hoping for my next project to be more time efficient and keep practicing some of the techniques I learned during this past 20 days.Read More
The future is bright.
In the gritty chaos of things, there is always light.
My minimal soul had to have a spot in this serie of posters and since lately I have been super influenced by Vasjen Katro and his Baugasm™ I needed to give it a try.
The classic knot.
Inspired by Vasjen Katro and his Baugasm™ project and skillshare class. I learned how to create and play with 3d shapes in illustrator. This is something I have not tried before and things are popping in my head of what I should be doing next with this tool. I don’t know you but I feel like wanting to grab one out of it and squeeze it.
Experimenting with brushes in Illustrator and a sweet glass action provided by Mike Campau. For some reason my only thought when I look at it is a bowl full of fish lol.