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Craig Deeley

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An experiment with vector strokes and building a style for creating textured fills with stroke/fringed edges. A little bit of an ink and wet media look and more opaque strokes.

Doffing my hat to the Affinity Design developers.

 

 

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My Portfolio site:

http://www.i-toons.com

 

My art related blog:

http://greenlightcd.blogspot.com

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This is all vectors?!? Mind boggling?

 

This is a testament to both your talent and skill as well as the flexibility of the AD! Amazing stuff.

 

George


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Thanks all.

 

An organic look.

Something akin to a natural media look - combined with the flexibility and re-editability of the vector core of the strokes makes this kind of illustration really enjoyable.

Here is an updated version - more texture and refinement to the lines:

smartCD02.jpg

I am sharing the source file here:

http://i-toons.com/archive/smartCD02.afdesign.zip

The file gives an idea of how I am using layers and the big hazy edges texture shapes (made with a custom Style) that make most of the fills.

 

Hope folks here find it useful.


My Portfolio site:

http://www.i-toons.com

 

My art related blog:

http://greenlightcd.blogspot.com

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