Thursday, April 23, 2009

Roil Girl

This girl is supposed to be a cross between Rosie the Riviter and a pin-up. It was done for a new engine product for the company I work for. I learned a new way of illustrating using Adobe Illustrator's Gradient Tool. I included the wire as I think it is very cool. I'll be doing more of these.

10 comments:

The Wies Family said...

What a fun piece of art! It looks like you had a good time creating this, and it looks great!

Kevin Keele said...

Love this one! Can't wait for more.

Neil Hiatt said...

Awesome, what does ROIL stand for?

Steven Keele said...

ROIL is a series of engine additave products. Of course, this additive is the best on the planet (or Royal). The name is a play on words: R + Oil = Roil.

Mark Robison said...

steve, this looks fantastic. is the gradient mesh tool pretty easy to use?

Kristal said...

Is this the picture I modeled for? Because this girl doesn't look anything like me, or how I posed. It looks fantastic though! You are so amazing Popsicle!!

Steven Keele said...

Hey Mark! Great to hear from you. I watched a couple of tutorials on you tube and found some on the web. Once I understood how to use it it was farly easy.

Josh Keele said...

Great illustration, I love the tone of the colors.

Jacob Keele said...

This is Fantastic! I thought I had already commented on this, but I guess I didn't,. great job popsicle!

Ryan B said...

Very cool, Steve. I love that you showed your work. That makes me want to play with Illustrator more. :)