So as you probably noticed, these arent daily anymore. The last few weeks I was doing nothing new, and wasnt motivated anymore. So the circadian (daily) part of it has kinda dropped off, but I’ll still add my art and contraptions here when I got them. Now recently I’ve been busy writing a lot about a … Continue reading
Pencilneck Pete makes his return. This time digitized, and fully in vector. Why is this important? I can now change his facial features by just moving a few lines, without having to draw the entire thing over and over again.
2 day’s ago I mixed two photographs into a single one, today I wanted to take it one step further, and mix a drawn element into an actual picture. The black outline makes it a lot harder to make it seem like part of the whole, but I think the end result is nice enough. … Continue reading
I’ve always been a little bit intrigued by vector images. If done well, they look awesome, but when you zoom in just a bit too far, they get an abstract quality to them. On one hand there’s a bunch of squiggly lines and areas that are seemingly disconnected and seem to hold no relation with … Continue reading
Continuing with yesterdays theme, I made a gear in illustrator, textured it and added some life to it, and then used the same technique as i did yesterday to etch the letters into the copper gear. Finally i added some other gears (not home made) for the background to not be static white. The idea … Continue reading
In the wake of the rose DMCA thing, I thought it’d be fun fun to do something more with illustrator black/white art. Why i drew an evil wizard? I dunno, but he did turn out pretty wicked.
Amy send me a tutorial for illustrator that looked like a lot of fun to do, so here’s a nice gem made totally from scratch in Illustrator.
A long, long time ago, in a school no so far away… I learned about perspective. I used to make pretty complex drawings with it on paper, but as a starter for getting back into it (and doing it digitally) i went for something relatively simple. 2 houses and a doghouse. I’ve left the “help … Continue reading
Whilst trying to design a more graffiti like logo, I once again made a too rigid design. A pity, but it’s not useless, I’ve drawn it up in Illustrator and finished up the shadow effects in Photoshop. All three stages included.
On a bunch of my contraptions I put down a mark indicating in the image itself it was a Circadian Contraption. But each mark was different, and for a project as large as this, I figured it deserves a logo of its own. What is a logo to me? A logo distinguishable. One look at … Continue reading