Rough sketch to finish
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I have seen your work in flicker and it's really fabulous. You are to good in apparel design and color concept of your is to clear. I wish to see your website being constructed soon, So that we can know you more.....
Keep Up the Good Work Josh Eacret
Posted 25 August 2012 - 07:32 AM
Thanks for sharing your ideas.
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it is really helped me to understand that how to use clip art?
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Posted 05 December 2012 - 01:27 AM
I think the better process is a paper rought the come to digital and do some adjusts in a construction grid.
Why is that better? I can sketch just as well in illustrator as I can on pencil & paper, but it's much faster, as I don't have to scan. I still do a lot of sketches on paper, but only when I'm away from my computer.
A major advantage to sketching digitally is that you mesh elements easier to create a better base sketch. When I create custom type, I still prefer to do that on paper, but anything else is much easier on screen.
Posted 05 December 2012 - 01:06 PM
Your job is amazing. Congratulations!
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Posted 05 December 2012 - 02:33 PM
I believe that a digital sketch is superior as the sketch has the ability to be manipulated and quickly reproduced; unlike a sketch on paper. If we can assume the purpose of sketching is to develop ideas and lay the groundwork for forms, I don't see an instance where paper would be more beneficial (again, assuming that the medium doesn't affect the sketch itself. For me, it doesn't. I've used a pen / tablet exclusively for computer operation for 10 years, so it's as easy as using a pencil.)
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