Thursday, April 23, 2009
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.
Posted by Steven Keele at 9:50 AM
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What a fun piece of art! It looks like you had a good time creating this, and it looks great!
Love this one! Can't wait for more.
Awesome, what does ROIL stand for?
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.
steve, this looks fantastic. is the gradient mesh tool pretty easy to use?
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!!
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.
Great illustration, I love the tone of the colors.
This is Fantastic! I thought I had already commented on this, but I guess I didn't,. great job popsicle!
Very cool, Steve. I love that you showed your work. That makes me want to play with Illustrator more. :)
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