kharmazero wrote:yes that's right your links are correct.I guess that if it has not been rejected it's because i use vector librairies in a creative way and i don't base the design on it.This one was made at the same time that my first print on shirtwoot, Astral Ark.By reading your comment i have the feeling it was easy to achieve this, just had to download a couple of vector and smash it on a canvas, without thinking of it.So easy and fast.It was not the case, there are a lot of little details and scenes.I had to create a set of vector brush to complete the spatial gate, and tested a lot of stuff before beiing happy of the results.Then i had to fix details to keep it logical , in perspective,balance , shape, in a word, something realistic.So yes you're right i was lazy after 3 days on it, and used vector librairies for the animals,the trees, some buildings,characters and helicopters.
I know it's not as easy as it looks. I challenge anyone to do a shirt in the "kharmazero style". My attempt looked terrible. I've found my own way of doing a pleasing abstract composition, but composition is the key word to this style. Kharma is clearly talented in that regard.
It is a bit frustrating how the rules are enforced though. As Kharma said, he "uses vector libraries in a creative way and doesn't base the design on it". Maybe that's why he doesn't get rejected, while lyonscc gets raked over the coals. Or maybe if it's suspected the artist could have drawn it, but didn't, it'll pass. It would be nice to have a standard in writing.