Digitized by Erik Marinovich
Yes, sometimes you gotta feel the space in the process phase.
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I love this. Halftones, ligatures, exaggerated form, unh! http://friendsoftype.com/2010/11/bundle-up/ (via @friendsoftype)
thats what my illustrator artboard usually looks like lol awesome
Fernando, I’m happy to share… although I must admit showing this kind of process is like having dirty laundry out when someone comes to visit!
haha good way to put it! what matters is that the artwork gets done no matter how we do it, right? everyone has their different ways, not only that, it came out awesome & thank you for sharing! i love seeing the process from start to end.
You’re right, everyone needs to show what’s behind the curtains from time to time. Glad you dig it Fernando!
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I think that showing the process like this is important. Many people assume that great designs just kind of happen or are the result of a single Ah-Ha! moment in which everything magically falls into place. This is reinforced by the notion that the process is something to be hidden away and embarrassed about.
Instead, I think we should be proud of this kind of process. It shows how much thought and effort went into the final piece. It’s important, especially for students, to realize where great designs begin.
Anyway, excellent work! Thanks for sharing
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