I'm designing and developing a marketing website to promote training for agriculture loan lenders and business planning for agricultural customers (farmers). These icons are being used for various courses within the training program.
It's gonna be one of those days.
It's actually been one of those weeks for me surviving off coffee for a couple of meals a day. Not healthy but surprisingly productive.
Brad Colbow's Steve reminded me of the Steve I drew a few weeks ago when I was practicing drawing in a political cartoon style. Trying to keep the lines minimal but still capturing Steve was fun. Funny how Brad and I both stick to the stubbly Steve.
Working on a site design that's not in a style I would typically do but so far I'm liking what I've got going. I'm using Typekit's FF Enzo Web by FontFont.
I don't think you need to create a square letter or graphic as that is too literal but contrasting the geometric Archer with a script font, like House Industries Studio Lettering Sable, it creates a contrast between your (square) design side and your "girly" side. At least that's how I see things.
I drew this for two (comic-loving) friends that got married this weekend. Adam is a HUGE fan of Kitty Pride from the X-men. If you are not familiar with her and her mutant ability the best way to sum it up is she can walk through walls.
Within the last year or so there was a Spider-man story that involve Peter Parker having a relationship with Kitty Pride. So I thought I would depict the two of them web swinging and Spidey gets a little too close to a building and Kitty Pride has to “phase” through it.
I used Faber-Castell PITT artist pens and brush markers to ink and shade over my blue-line penciling. And if you are wondering, my family and I did get them a proper gift to accompany this crummy little drawing I made.