Derby #168: HalloWoot! 2010
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Fall-O-Lanterns

Fall-O-Lanterns
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sTyLeS


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I figured since I had some spare time tonight I'd go for something a bit more "Autumn-y". And since these fall leaves have jack-o-lantern faces carved in them, hopefully they're a bit "Halloween-y" too.

Since I live in Colorado there aren't a whole lot of different types of trees. Mostly pine trees. But we do have some of the trees that I drew the leaves from...maple, aspen (lots of aspen), oak, and box elder.

Four colors on Brown.

sTyLeS


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Here's some detail images so you can see the halftones:




k8edid3


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love it! so cute! one reminds me of poison ivy (leaves of three, let it be!)

sTyLeS


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k8edid3 wrote:love it! so cute! one reminds me of poison ivy (leaves of three, let it be!)


Thanks, k8edid3!
That one's actually a box elder (ashleaf maple), although is commonly mistaken for poison ivy sometimes. http://poisonivy.aesir.com/view/ashleaf-maple.html

beedubbleyu


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k8edid3


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not only does this make a great t-shirt design, i think with a few more types of leaves, it could be great for window clings!

sTyLeS


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Thanks, beedubbleu and k8edid3!
I'm still trying to figure out what wooters like. Apparently this isn't quite it, add in a late submission and you get ho-hum votes.
Thanks for yours though.

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