Angular Style Illustrations (by Perry Rowe) A set of illustations in a style that relates to the initial stages of my drawing process. Whenever I begin a drawing, I always block in basic/ overall shapes of a subject, then continue refining and adding detail. These illustrations are based on the initial blocking stages which includes analysing angles of the shape to create the overall form. Every angle within each of these illustrations are matched. The experimentation of cutting out each part and painting then seperately like a jigsaw created a nice texture to the illustrations. DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

Angular Style Illustrations

(by Perry Rowe)

A set of illustations in a style that relates to the initial stages of my drawing process.

Whenever I begin a drawing, I always block in basic/ overall shapes of a subject, then continue refining and adding detail. These illustrations are based on the initial blocking stages which includes analysing angles of the shape to create the overall form. Every angle within each of these illustrations are matched.

The experimentation of cutting out each part and painting then seperately like a jigsaw created a nice texture to the illustrations.

DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/VFjIT6

Advertisements

Flat hipster characters (by Robert Filip) This illustration is a set of 6 flat style characters. Each of this characters have their unique round avatar. All of the elements and backgrounds are layered for quick adjustments.

Flat hipster characters

(by Robert Filip)

This illustration is a set of 6 flat style characters. Each of this characters have their unique round avatar. All of the elements and backgrounds are layered for quick adjustments. via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1lWASSA

Numbers (by Tatalab & Cuadra & Tata&Friends)

Numbers (by Tatalab & Cuadra & Tata&Friends) via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1dlRt1Q