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Was feeling a bit unproductive lately and decided to dive back into vector art with Illustrator and came up with a fun, cute, character.

Meet Chip…

Well Scribledude Design has been a bit busy lately, but that doesn’t mean it’s disappeared completely.  Just wanted to post a few pics on a quick Ad I did recently for a friend.

Need a Tutor?

Need a Tutor?

So anyone need a tutor? Haha, well more to come when it comes.

#7 How Do You See Green?

How Do You See Green?

In conjunction with the Daily Musing project going on I give you Daily Design #7 How do you see Green?

The basic concept was to create an illustration around that phrase and bring it to life.  So here is what I would call a tree of life created with the help of various vector graphics packs and many vector designs from myself.

Thanks to Spoongraphics for their Free Vector Pack – Safari and Zoo Animals.

Enjoy!

#4 Dino Tribal Girl

Daily Design #4 started with the middle Tribal guy who came from a sketch while watching TV.  After tracing his face into Illustrator I experimented with the Gaussian blur effect and created up his body and then followed the same steps for the Dino and Girl.

#3 Super M

Super M Bubble

Daily Design #3 in which I played around with negative space and came out with this.  Kinda reminds me of those color blindness tests.

Any who, from here on out I’m going to title the posts with the number or the daily deviation numbers that are being posted, that way for future reference it’s easier to track down.

When did this happen?

Vector Tuts: Illustrator to SWF

Seriously I’ve must have been snoozing when it comes to additional features in Illustrator.  This tutorial teaches you how to make a great morphing effect by using Illustrator and exporting your final as a SWF.  So far I’ve been messing around with  it on and off today and it’s led to some interesting results.

Whats in my head?