not sure if you guys consider arch-viz art but ya
a client wanted this done by the end of the day and I got the details at noon so here's what I ended up with'
Guess it's some fancy store on Madison Ave.. Wish I could of had another 4 hours to work on it to make it somewhat decent but the client gets what the client wants lol
This series shows the image with cropped close-ups:
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This is my first custom vinyl figure. They come in a blank matte white figure and here's what I came up with. The robotic eye lights up red also.
Just put the final touches on this vinyl character. I call it seafood on the brain
The scuba tank is the switch for the LED.
Ah I see. You should try thinning out your acrylics. Or buy some specifically for painting on vinyl. I know they're expensive but they look solid. Also, try Sharpie brand paint markers. They dry pretty well w/o brush strokes. You just have to use a steady hand. Try using a ruler to rest your hand on while it sits against your desk at an angle ,like this /
Rest it in the middle.
Lots of nice work seen here.
I've not designed or illustrated in years, but still often find myself taking notes using visual imagery, charts, and diagrams. Whenever I am captive such as long conference calls, I'll often doodle just like in the old days. Here's some of the illustrations that have made my notes from the past couple of days.