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Thanks SrPx, 

 

and speaking of Tokyo (again, an older piece but I don't think I shared it yet), memories of the nights spent on the rooftop in Tokyo! 

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r.

 

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Some more of the commercial stuff - website/blog/article etc icons. I did loads of these with this style, probably over 100, so really wouldn't know what to share, so picking very randomly 4 that are ready to go (as they were all used on the same webpage)

agencies.jpg


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On 11/4/2018 at 11:34 AM, VectorWhiz said:

Great start with the Ai alternative and best of luck with job hunting.

Thanks, not really start as I've been using it for over 3 years, but glad you stopped by to check out my work!


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Ah, one piece I forgot to share. (I hate double posting, so I have to check everytime - if I do bear with me). 

A bit of a retro-thriller spoof. 

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r.

 

appuntamento.jpg


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Murattanhu and Alain: thank you very much for checking it out - really appreciated.

In the meantime I was really honoured when Affinity asked me to do an interview for the Affinity Spotlight page - it was published last week - so if anyone here is interested in knowing where I come from, what I do and how I do it, you can check it out here:

https://affinityspotlight.com/article/vector-illustrator-robert-nazeby-herzig-storytelling-is-the-thing-i-really-love/

 

And here - a more recent piece. BTW, I will be combining Photo and Designer over the next few weeks for a project - so will try to share that as well, as I go along. 

 

butterfly.jpg


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And once again, I forget to update.

SO- since the last time I wrote here I've started progressively experimenting on how to combine Photo and Designer, and switching from one to the other. It's taking a while, but I think that I'm getting close to finding a method with some potential. 
Let's start with something different, an environ piece for a graphic novel project (set in Reading, UK)

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r.

 

readingriver.jpg


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I always dig your style.... Very nice.  :)


Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo licenses, Windows 7, i7  860 (2009) 2.8 GHz,  8 GB RAM, GTX 1050 2 GB, HD 7200 RPM.  Wacom Intuos 4 XL.

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Thank you so much SrPx! Always very kind. 

 

So, to make things easier (and avoid bumping the thread too often...), here's a few more joint Photo/Designer pics (I will be focusing on these for the moment, then maybe share Photo only or Designer only stuff). They are a bit of a first environment explorations/tests for a graphic novel project.

thank you for looking (again)

 

r.

 

Inst_Oxfroad_periperi.jpg

Inst_Tilehurst_.jpg

rigwom.jpg


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On 11/15/2018 at 11:31 AM, Deadbyxmas said:

appuntamento.jpg

This is one you can stare at for a long time for many reasons - well done!


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Huge plus if you are making a graphic novel, then. I am a "comic artist" (very realistic "vibe", but I quite appreciate other styles when those so well constructed), well, kind of. If is there going to be a preview somewhere, please, let us know !  :)


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