Sensing a lot of pro-narwhal sentiment lately, I decided to include one in the Ocean Rain show (more on this very soon, trust me). And of course, I figured it should be a shirt, too:
You can find it here in my RedBubble store .
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Earlier today I was alternating between editing a picture and posting on Twitter, and things kinda went like this:
Just been doing some touchup on an illustration, and it prompted a question for my fellow artists (especially the ones whose rendering styles are relatively loose). If and when you’re cleaning things up, how do you decide which lines stay and which ones need to be edited or removed?
‘Cause y’know, I think about these things sometimes. Especially when I’m doing something that’s more mechanical than creative. Didn’t get a lot in the way of replies, but the one guy who did answer gave a nice, in-depth, nuts-and-bolts . (Thanks, Wes. Much appreciated.)
Anybody else have some feedback? What I realized about my own process is that every piece seems to have its own internal logic as far as style is concerned. Which only makes sense, given that I rarely work in the same style. How ’bout the rest of you creative types?