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I nearly forgot to post this, as everyone seemed to be starting Easter early on Good Friday. Based on the Tin Chooky that stands in our hearth, here's this year's Easter greeting card. Made mainly from primitives in Designer, with a little bit of Photo.

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No birds were harmed in the making of this image. Nor chocolate!

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I really like how you made the hen with simple shapes and simple textures. 


"Men are like sheep, of which a flock is more easily driven than a single one."

"Experienced vector artists and infographic designers will find a noticeable lack of the more advanced tools found in Illustrator CC." (source)

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Thanks Jowday. I learned that from a Serif DrawPlus tutorial, I think -- quite a while ago now. You can build up very complex (or very simple) forms using just the basic shapes, and it's very satisfying when you find you've made something that's both effective and fun.

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True - the same goes for hand-drawing/sketching.

Your avatar - Monty Python fan? :)


"Men are like sheep, of which a flock is more easily driven than a single one."

"Experienced vector artists and infographic designers will find a noticeable lack of the more advanced tools found in Illustrator CC." (source)

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1 hour ago, Kasper-V said:

Oh yes!

Beware of chickens then :27_sunglasses:

Chicken knight Monty, Python, knight, chicken, joke GIF


"Men are like sheep, of which a flock is more easily driven than a single one."

"Experienced vector artists and infographic designers will find a noticeable lack of the more advanced tools found in Illustrator CC." (source)

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