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Hello everybody,


I've created this double bill poster of Laurel & Hardy. This year marks the 125 years anniversary of Stan Laurel's birthday. These two movies are coming to the big screen in England, Scotland and Ireland.


Using my sketch as a guide I created this poster completely in AD. This is my first larger artwork in AD.


The first release of AD was a bit too unstable to me, but much has improved since the update. So, I'm very pleased working with this piece of software.


You can follow me on twitter: @artbyjuhl







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Thought so. Nice to see Designer is making in-roads into the paying work world. 


Well, I don't see why AD should not. It's a great piece of software. I'm really impressed. Of course there's room for improvements but this is a still pretty good start I must say.


I debuted in Freehand 9 – back in 2000! Since the time when FH was kicked out of this world I have been working in Illustrator. It's really great too and AD cannot replace it for me at this time. But maybe in the long run it might :) Time will show!

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