Working on a Sugar Skull, X-ray sorta dealie for Whitney. Edie Sedgewick. She may get it inked on when it’s done.
Not sure if it’s cool to post this here, but did it for work. There was a trade show and everyone worked at local breweries and restaurants. They all got to come up to our booth and try screen printing, themselves, and take home their print. Stoked about reaching the audiences fairly well.These were the images burned on the screens.
I’ll try to get some pics of people happy doing it at the next event. I believe it’s Stone Soul, here in Richmond, Va.
If you need design or printing done, come check us out :)
Still wasn’t able to feel the height in the previous version, but it was getting there. I was mixing and matching perspectives.
So I’m pretty sure that if I set up a circular grid coming from the vanishing point then walk it back in exponentially, I can not only visualize what equal heights would be in the terrain, but also give an extra crunched-in distortion as you go further into the hole (hopefully sucking you into the drop).
That’s the plan anyway. Can’t wait to figure this out, I knew how to do this once mentally, but I’ve since fallen out of practice while pursuing advertising. It will be good to “feel it” again, when I get there.
Also, though it’s over now, this is the poster I was lucky enough to design for Way, Shape, or Form. The show was last night and it was really good. If you weren’t there, you missed out.
Anyway, let me know if you need any design done, internet people.
Way, Shape, or Form has some new shirts coming out and I’m super stoked to buy one. I’m also super excited that I was able to work with a group of passionate people who make good music (check them out).
I personally recommend “Quiver of Errors”.
I’m figuring out this is actually a weird one-point perspective and I was doing it wrong haha :)
Not sure if the pieces are there yet, though.
I got the day of the week wrong before, it’s on a Monday.
This is the final version, after a lot of retouching.