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IF – Sight

Posted on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 under Sketches Video | 1 comment

For last week's Illustration Friday theme of "sight", I actually set the record button on, so you can actually check out a bit of my process in Illustrator below. It was even more fun, as I drew this while talking end-of-the-world conspiracy theories with my dad. If you want, you can also check out the finished product on Flickr.

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  • Wonderful! I love that you posted the video for your process. It's neat to see how other artists work through problems and solve them. Great job!

 

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