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Fish Clipart Teaser

Trout is number 10. I am going to take a break from posting daily teasers. I need to spend some time on the website.

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Fish Teaser Carp

I haven’t planned out just how many of these fish I am going to make, but this is number 9. Say hello to the carp.

Also new is the scale pattern. Affinity Designer is the program I am using. It allows you to fill an area with a repeating image. I made a small square of scales and saved them as a png. I spent a bit of time trying to find if there is a way to use a vector image for the pattern. No results.

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There are a couple species of Pompino. This one is based on the Permit variety.

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Fish Teaser 3

Say hello to the catfish, salmon and snapper. I love how the whiskers turned out.

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Fish Teaser – Halibut

Halibut really are goofy looking. I almost want to call them Picasso fish with both eyes on the same side of their head. Which part is top/bottom and which is left/right? I do not know. Either way, this allows them to lay flat on the seabed. Useful, but still weird.

 

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Clipart Vector Art

Fish Clipart Teaser

Here is a teaser of the my Fish themed clipart pack. I haven’t decided just how many images to make, but seen here is a tuna, a barracuda and a bass. I know there are a number of species of each, so I tried to make them look like they could represent the group. Not 100% accurate, but more than just made up.

Also, you may notice the image shown twice… I am trying to figure out how to fix that.

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Jetpack

alien-002I do love drawing aliens with jetpacks. I start a new job on Monday. I will still keep up the drawings, but I won’t always be able to spend as much time on them every day. You will probably see drawing in separate stages over a two or three days.

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Mocsie Juggle

bellhooksJuggleI recently finished a commission for MOCSIE. They needed an image for their presentations. Initially they wanted the style to match their David logo. After some discussion and brainstorming they decided they wanted something with more symbolism to it. The woman doing the juggling is based on the style and looks of bell hooks. Each thing she is juggling has different significance to various tasks that need to be ‘kept up’.

I sketched and inked the image in Painter12. Then I moved over to Photoshop and converted the pixels to vector shapes. This allows the image to be scaled up to any size without looking pixelated. As always, the image seen here is a much lower resolution version.

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Polished Buttons

panicButton smileButton“B-U-T-T-O-N-S, I love buttons! Yes!”

I’ve spent a little time working on my buttons. I changed some of the layers and made some shape variations. At this point I can basically put any picture on top of the buttons. I was doing these about a week ago, but I’ve been working in photoshop today on other UI elements, so I decided to show these today.