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My Isaiah Thomas drawing.
« on: July 16, 2015, 10:28:33 PM »

Offline Denis998

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Did a drawing of IT4 in photoshop today. Hope it looks good!

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Nice ;)

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Good job!  :D

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Did a drawing of IT4 in photoshop today. Hope it looks good!


you doing these free hand or tracing a reference image?

nice work... back in design school i was gonna do somethign like this; a series... it would of been Rondo, PJ Brown, PP, Perk, KG, Ray, Eddie House, Posey, Scal.. shows you how long ago i was in school ;-)
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Offline Denis998

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Did a drawing of IT4 in photoshop today. Hope it looks good!


you doing these free hand or tracing a reference image?

nice work... back in design school i was gonna do somethign like this; a series... it would of been Rondo, PJ Brown, PP, Perk, KG, Ray, Eddie House, Posey, Scal.. shows you how long ago i was in school ;-)
Using mostly a pen tool to get a line drawing, kinda like what tattoo artists do when drawing portraits. All in all took about 40 layers for that, realized I could have cut it down to half that halfway in.