Derby #46: Green
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Cloverboard!

Cloverboard!
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JadenKale


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I think the pirate lad is just a tad too happy to trade in his sea legs for a field of clovers!

Please vote!

AGrant311


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This is delightfully strange and twisted. You are so good at this type of thing, JadenKale. Of course, a big ole' GMV.
I had multiple compliments on "Oh Burned" Wednesday when I wore it.
I'm still hoping someone submits a design with British mushy peas (hint, hint?)

JadenKale


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AGrant311 wrote:This is delightfully strange and twisted. You are so good at this type of thing, JadenKale. Of course, a big ole' GMV.
I had multiple compliments on "Oh Burned" Wednesday when I wore it.
I'm still hoping someone submits a design with British mushy peas (hint, hint?)


llo I'll see what I can do.

tgentry


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Nice illustration JK. Reminds me of my son, who we sometimes call Lucky Jack. He'd look good sporting this so it's GMV.

JadenKale


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tgentry wrote:Nice illustration JK. Reminds me of my son, who we sometimes call Lucky Jack. He'd look good sporting this so it's GMV.


AWww thanks Gent!!! I really appreciate it!

ArtoSk8er


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Jaden how do you get you lines to come out so like straight... can u actually draw like that or like is there some technique i am missing because wen ever i draw with my tablet like the lines are never straight and it never ends up looking good!So if you dont mind could you share l o l... thanks

JadenKale


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ArtoSk8er wrote:Jaden how do you get you lines to come out so like straight... can u actually draw like that or like is there some technique i am missing because wen ever i draw with my tablet like the lines are never straight and it never ends up looking good!So if you dont mind could you share l o l... thanks


I actually use the pentool in adobe photoshop. I take my sketch and I go over it with the pentool to line the whole piece in sections. Then I make the pentool cut out areas so the shirt shows through to add detail. I don't just draw it then vector it like you can in illustrator, I start off all in photoshop because I'm much more comfortable with it. Unfortunately, it does take more time, and you need to be able to be a lot more patient with the tools.

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