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Part of my “God of your own destiny” series.Published in “GoFish” Magazine(gofish.com.au)
cartoon, slum, mary, jesus, christian, parody, corvette, prostitute, red, car, vector, god, woman
These are pictures that I have made. I hope you like them.It’s ok if you don’t.But if you do, that’s great!
This is digital art right? I don’t want to guess and sound like a total dork!
hehe… yeah, it is. I draw up a rough sketch, scan it into Adobe Illustrator, then create layers and layers of coloured shapes using the pen tool.It’s called vector illustration. It’s good fun when you get the hang of it!
– Sarah Miller
I really like these images. I’d love to give it a shot. I’m addicted to pencil and paper though! I’m going to college for graphics and I’m kinda excited, but I don’t know how happy I am going to be with constantly being on the computer and not having my favorite mechanical pencil in my hand. Wow. Word vomit! lol.
That’s cool! I learnt to vector whilst studying graphics at TAFE.I understand the pencil addiction, I’m currently trying to learn painting techniques in Photoshop, so my Wacom barely leaves my hands. :P
this looks brilliant, love the blue habit. it’s very organic for vector art, you have some awesome skills.
Thank you very much. That’s quite a compliment coming from you, you’re very talented.
Well done. Great colors.
This is my favorite!
You have such a nice style, I enjoyed looking through your work.
Thank you very much. I should really get some more up on here.