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has scored 3 submissions, giving an average score of 2.33, helping 0 designs get printed.
There is no font, it's handwritten, I just repeated the l and the t.
Compare the e's or the r's
posted 5 years, 1 month ago in Passion driven
ginetteginette, retroludo, your comments do not help anybody, try criticizing constructively. If you just want to make 'waves' , you're wasting your time because no one is interested. Give this guy a break, I'm so sick and tired to see this kind of comments. He's not the first to use this icon in his art. The great wave has been used countless times and it has been always seen as a tribute to Hokusai. And if you think he could use some more drawing exercise, try encouraging him.
Adek, when you will win, it will not be luck, so don't bet very hard on it :) It will be you with your upgraded skill. The best thing is that you're looking to learn from every setback, yet I wonder what can you juice from a those cold comments.
Keep up, I admire your perseverence which is one of the greatest qualities!
posted 5 years, 1 month ago in Battle in The Sea
I'm new here, so thanks for your 'heartly' welcome.
Son Yohan, while you're questioning originality, remember that just because it's the first time you saw it doesn't mean it's the first time it happened.
Here you can see an illustration of a similar ideea that I made in 2001.
hand grenade and x-ray
At that time I was happy because I've never seen anything like it. But with the passing of time I've noticed many other people linking a heart with a hand grenade in one form or another. Obviously the similarities to the one you've presented earlier are more obvious than they are to this one here. And I'm not brushing anyone for that, because I know that in these times when millions of people share billions of ideas through internet, advertising, movies, music or t-shirt illustrations, everything you see in this international culture that we all share, will reside forever in our subconscious mind. So when it comes to creating an original idea, we find ourselves mixing around pretty much the same elements. But at the same time, every piece of work is new.
Just take a second and look for uniqueness instead of similarities you will be able to see many interesting things.
Frickinawesome, in the description you can read about this piece being inspired by the vintage anatomical diagrams and the labels or hatching type are representative to that style.
I'm for the fake tree, I think it emphasizes the whole idea. Great job!
posted 5 years, 1 month ago in Beyond The High Trees
An illustration inspired by the classical old anatomy diagrams. It represents the hidden drive of those who live their lives with full intensity.