Poster for my friends at Plastikowe Serce – Dunny 2012 Release & Trading Party !!! A little bit late but still its a #1 premiere in Poland :]
People from Warsaw are especially invited! Come by and say hello :]
More info at: https://www.facebook.com/events/266778370094388/
I havent posted a thing for a long time so its time for some fresh stuff
First of all Ive posted an Mega Pack on Behance so go there and check it out!
Here is one of many illustrations posted there. This is a pirate themed illustration for Teesbook which will be printed as a sticker and postcard!
Teesbook is a independent tees platform where you can show off your closet, discuss projects etc
Part 2 of this Adobe Illustrator tutorial series will focus on applying fish scale textures to our concept. We will also learn how to create unique brushes that will make it easier to distribute the textures more precisely. Next we will develop vein brushes that give the concept a more fleshy and transparent look. Read More…
Two illustrations featuring 6 ex-presidents inspired by the actual (now largely ceremonial) code names given to each of the presidents by the Secret Service, a tradition that began with Harry S. Truman.
Liberally motivated Team Blue, with agents Deacon, Eagle and Renegade, are keeping the world safe for Democracy and maintaining the social safety net. Comes for men and women on navy or silver colored tees.
Join Team Red, with agents Rawhide, Timberwolf and Searchlight, as they embark on a daring scheme to spread Democracy and cut taxes! Get it for men or women on cranberry or charcoal tees.
Both images illustrated by Thomas Romer for Civilicious/Chop Shop.
I’ve been playing around with Adobe Illustrator CS6 for the past month now, and I’m discovering some pretty amazing things that really push the boundaries of vector art. Texturing is the hall mark of creating realistic and believable concept art and environments that give the viewer a sense of space and realism. Check out the Tutorial HERE
I’ve been invited to take part in the project “The Shape Factory” by Greg Darroll aka Tokyo-Go-Go. My choice went to the circle shape, since I’m way more comfortable with that, as you may have noticed.
The work should be exhibited next Autumn in a gallery in Durban, South Africa. It will be Spring there, but to me it will be Autumn, so…
I’ve also put on scoring this work on LaFraise and any help will be much appreciated
This work has also been my second one done with my new Wacom Cintiq (which is awesome), more details here
Hey, here are my new illustrations for a group exhibition in Hong Kong.
The idea is player 1 VS player 2.
Each illustration features my favorite shooting game and action game characters.
When the 2 illustrations put together, it looks like 2 groups of characters battling against each other.
For more detail, please visit the link here
, thanks : )
Hey guys !
It’s been a long time since my last post on BloodSweatVector. I worked on several projects as a freelance illustrator, here is a little selection.
I also created a page on facebook where you can follow my recent activity :
Tshirts, prints & stickers available on Redbubble
Here is my new Earthworm Jim redesign! I went for a slimmer version that will focus more on speed and weapons. I also did away with the robot suit and made him an actual worm with arms and legs. In this tutorial you will learn how to composite sketches, create vector rock textures, and use the warp tool to create unique symbol instances.