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Old 10-12-2006, 07:04 AM
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Hi all,

I havent posted here for a while, mostly because I have been working on artwork for shirts that are for Rod Runs that havent happened yet.

Attached are a two designs I can put up here. After the season here is over I can post some more Hot Rod stuff,

Craig
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Hi Craig,

Absolutely amazing stuff. You are very talented.

You capture the reflections real well, especially on that woody surf wagon

My liege!

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Kool thanks Paul,

I worked pretty hard on those reflections to get them right and am very proud of the result.

Cheers

Craig
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great stuff!

hey there
great stuff!!!....you r talented, thats for sure
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Thanks PixelChik

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ur welcome!!

keep up the GREAT work!! look forward to seeing more!
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all that stuff is awesome... great job... I love that stuff....
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Wow what a kool response.

Here are a few more.

Cheers

Craig
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Old 11-02-2006, 07:29 PM
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Here is a pic I am pretty happy with.

It was made for a local advertising agency

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nice stuff

Great stuff- as always Craig.
Why would you color separately for screens? I thought that was all done by computer now? I'm new to the shirt thing-obviously.
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Old 11-10-2006, 05:52 PM
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I colour separately on the computer. it is the best way to do it.

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Old 11-10-2006, 07:35 PM
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computer idiot

I still do everything by hand. I have illustrator, but have yet to figure it out.
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even colour seps by hand?

Man that is keen, If you intend getting involved with computer art full time and working in this industry then you need to learn Illustrator.

If you only want to do this stuff for yourself then I would suggest Corel Draw, it is much easier to operate und learn. but is not as used much in the graphics industry as Illustrator is originally a mac program and most graphics people use mac.

I went the other way with Corel draw when I first started with the computer art and find Illustrator too illogical and the tools dont make as much sense.

Craig
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Well, Like I said, I have yet to figure it out but I will. My brother in law is an art director for a business mag here in sac, and he has been on me for years to learn this stuff. Now Iv'e got the software, and am taking a class in January through the local college. So we'll see how it goes. Ive taken CAD and that was fairly easy, so I wouldn't think it to be that hard. But When I try to make sense of it without any instruction, I get completely lost. Anyway, I really like your work. Very clean-solid.
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Thanks John,

You are fortunate that you cando a course. I would have to do a diploma to get formally trained here.

Listen to your Brother in Law mate, he is making sense and go learn Illustrator properly, maybe you can get a job doing this full time if you dont already.

Cheers

Craig

PS post up some of your stuff, I would love to see it.
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