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The spotlight could be printed in glow-in-the-dark ink (but then you would be selfishly hiding the punchline from all your daytime friends).
hahaha good idea. $$
I debated about the black shadow. Ultimately I thought it needed to be grounded. Here on the site, the gray shirt looks lighter than it did in my Photoshop file, so it seems a little harsher. It adds a printed color, so maybe I don't need it..!
Is that Abe Lincoln?
Ha. Love it.
I kinda like having a shadow under him. Might be a tad dark, but I say keep something there.
That's really cute. :)
Hey, he does kinda look like Lincoln.
Thanks for the comments. Now that it's been posted a few days, here's my self-critique. I would de-Lincolnfy him by making his jaw smaller and remove the chest bulk to make it look more like a hand shadow. And, if it isn't awkward, bend a finger or two of the rabbit's hand...
looks good! I think that the problem with the shadow is that it's not in the same color of the line work... that's why it looks odd.
Maybe if you had all the strokes in a dark gray the shadow could be in the same color.
hey, maybe instead of the shadow itself, you could have done a little highlight arround it using a halftone... I like it anyway, great job!
Nice! I like anything with an old fashioned pipe.