DIGITAL DRAWING – Turned Yellow Application

I had the opportunity to apply for a company who illustrates people in a particular style. If you don’t know what style this is, then I don’t know how to respond to that!

I used Illustrator at first but then moved to Photoshop because the brush tool is more manageable. I could have done better, but it was 3am and I was getting light headed.

I didn’t get the job, but I did have fun. Also, there’s no reason behind the personality I used as my reference. Don’t troll me!

VECTOR DESIGN – Kulot! (curly)

This is my first ever VECTOR ART made in Adobe Illustrator. It took me almost 5 hours (including the steep learning curve of drawing from Photoshop to Illustrator). This was a commissioned artwork that got canceled. The sad reality of the freelance art community.

This piece inspired me to look into the technicalities of vector art. I will continue to post my other artworks as I progress into this specific type of medium!

VECTOR DESIGN – Self Portrait

A SELF PORTRAIT!

Yes, that is me. I took the liberty of taking off some unnecessary layers from my face. The important thing is how I view myself (hahaha… self-love!).

This artwork took less than an hour to create from scratch. I already developed a workflow (thanks to youtube) that I intend to follow and improve as I go down the freehand business. It’s not my cleanest work, but it is the fastest. I guess there’s some advantage in drawing yourself. One of it is that you cringe so much that it motivates you to get it done!