Let me know what you think.
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Dig it! What do you make art with? Illustrator?
Started out in my sketchbook and brought it into illustrator
I've just started with Illustrator. Steep learning curve, but awesome!
Keep at it! Master the pen tool.
Cool stuff. Has a dinosaur feel to it also. For some reason I'm picturing it as a focal piece at the entrance of a trendy upscale restaurant. 8x10 foot mural size.
For some reason I'm picturing it as a focal piece at the entrance of a trendy upscale restaurant. 8x10 foot mural size.
I think the eye is too big, it makes it difficult for me to recognise it as a bird. Other than that, it looks pretty good.
Much cooler than your title suggests. I was looking to see if you hid some words in the design. :D
Thanks. I usually just draw without thinking too much about the negative space but thats a cool idea.
I like it. If you don't mind, I community tagged this #showandtell, it's the #tagoftheweek. Also, feel free to share your own work any time. Personal Content is Not a Sin on Hubski: