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Incredible Sermon – Chubby

Posted on Tuesday, May 24th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

Near completion, here is the revised Incredible Chubby (a.k.a. Sermon G graphic) for Jim Chesser's sermon series.

You will notice that there is a great improvement in the quality of the line art. I had high hopes (probably too high) for the new Adobe Illustrator CS2 "Live Trace" feature ... but that's alright. I am making it my mission to begin sketching (!) and drawing entirely in Illustrator with my pretty, white Wacom tablet (thanks Jodie!).

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