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Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Hiya. I really liked my sketch of Frankenstein's monster and his bride so I thought I'd take it further and see what I could do. I lost some of the energy of the original pencils, but I think I got some nice painterly effects. I also like the bride's hair.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Here's a simple tribute to the classic Horror monsters of yesteryear. If I submit this as another t-shirt, would you prefer it to be a pencil sketch on a white shirt, pencils on an orange shirt, white, black, and green on an orange shirt, or white pencils on a black shirt? So many options.
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Okay, here are a couple more illustrations I've come up with that I want to put on T-shirts. My brother came up with the Fate's Dancing Monkey quote (credit where due) and I drew both of these traditionally and colored with as few colors as possible. Obviously, the monkey's tutu is one of only three colors in the piece (the background tone could be any shirt color, really) but the dino has only four colors: black, white, red, and green, to be printed on a yellow shirt. I've noticed that some of the t-shirt shops only print with as few screens as possible, so I'm keeping them as simple as I can.