My latest illustration set features some ideas I came up with in between my mom duties and life. No matter what circumstances arise, I find that a constant trait I carry is a need to be creative!
The outline of a gun was drawn in Autodesk sketchbook using layers and a designer pencil. I enjoy using nibs that produce a grainy line. When the outline of a figure is done with this grainy line, (I think) that it gives a more informal and practiced design like a chalkboard writing or a pencil sketch.
The same outline as the blue gun was redrawn and duplicated using the symmetry tool to create a mirror image.
Here we see two identical guns pointing at each other. The nib used in the redraw was a designer pencil with the width widened by about 3 or 4 x the regular size. The ultra straight lines are attributable to using the line tool. I used the line tool with a zoomed in view to draw point to point, then filling in any curved points by hand.
Finally, this mandala image is a simple black background and white pencil sketch. Using the symmetry tool with a radial pattern option, I finished this entire pattern.
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