17 in. x 11 in.
A friend’s friend asked me to make this for him as a gift to his dad. That pressure. So I tried my best drawing his dad, and welp, here it is. I don’t really ever make anything like this, so it was quite a hair-pulling challenge.
He provided me sample posters, but I lost the link to those.. So I didn’t mean to rip off another poster. I was just following orders :X
I see flaws, of course, but I’m just proud that I finished it.
2003 IT man - Lately I have been experimenting with ways to to combine my character design and figurative illustration with my inanimate object illustration (particularly technology.) This is a finished version of one of such experiments.
Ahhhh love your style so much! (๑-﹏-๑)
0801 & 0803 2014
To my Luutles: I’m sorry that I haven’t been the best big, but thanks for being the best littles. Whether we saw each other at meetings, Circle K events, or randomly as we walk to class/work, you guys brightened my day. You guys continue to brighten my days. Thanks. :)
*Ryan isn’t my little, but I forgot the camera at my Luutle’s apartment, so they took advantage of that as a moment to mock me and the pictures I make my littles take with me. haha
Photoshop, Triangulator, Illustrator
11 in. x 11 in.
I’ve decided to show you guys my steps into creating these geometric illustrations! There are a ton of other ways to do this, so I’d love to hear your techniques~
It’s probably been over a year since I’ve designed anything with a mouse, and I gotta say, I’m pretty proud of what I made, hehe.
Also, I don’t know why, but this is for Ryan, Krishna, & Lahiru. Y’all have been keeping me sane.