I missed participating in Illustration Friday! I like the result… maybe one day I’ll turn it into a screen-print… maybe… one day…
Oh, I also tried other colour schemes (instead of 2 colours these would have 3)… which one do you like best?
Thank you so much! :)
simple and beautiful, full of movement and great color, congratulations!
This would be perfect for a print, I like #1 with just 2 colors best. I’m going to check out the rest of your work now, bye :)
Thank you so much for the comment and feedback, tatjana! I am in the process of finding some screenprinting places in Berlin, so I suppose that thought end up driving the style of the illustration and the number of colours. Have a nice “walk around” in my blog! ;)
A really great image, would be perfect for a print. I think I prefer the two colour image at the top.
Thanks, Helen! So far the first picture is winning (and I really want to turn it into a print, my goal is to have an online store until the end of the year! we’ll see how that goes…)
Very beautiful illustration :)
Thank you, Katarzyna!
It’s greet :) two colors are the best for me.
I looove her bottom ;) ver stable ;)
hahaha, thanks, Anieszka! XD
So lovely! I vote for 2-color, too!
Thank you Sue! I’m glad you liked it! :)
Love it…just wonderful :)
Thanks Titi! :D
O facto de o primeiro ter aquele efeito desbotado dá-lhe outro charme. Não sei se será só disso ou não, mas também gosto mais desse! :)
Sim, verdade! compreendo o que dizes da textura :) Acabei por aplicar esse efeito nesse porque era a minha versão preferida, mas depois fiquei na dúvida em relação às outras duas!
Yep, I like the first one better, although I also really like the last one!
AND you must make it available as a print! As something! :D
I also have a “thing” for the last one, not sure why. I would change her shoes to white and maybe the tiny wheel as well, though.
It will for sure at least be a postcard/greeting card! Promise! :)
I’m blown away by this image. It’s simpleness and the strong shapes… very effective!
Thank you so much, Marielle!!
love it! navy and pink! so cool! congratulations!
I’m glad you like it! your congratulations made me go and check the website, and now I know it was pick of the week! Yay!
I love the two-color version. Let us know when it becomes available as a print!
I’m glad you do! And I’ll let you know when it becomes a print :)
The 2 colour for sure!
The 2 colour version will be, then! :)
Great, you will realize the 2 color version :) It is my favourite as well.
SMIL does screenprinting in Berlin, maybe you know her already: http://blog.smil.biz/
I did not know it, thank you so much for the link, Sandra! I’ll contact to know the prices :)
Btw, I just checked your website… and those vikings are the cutest thing ever! You got a fan in me!
Definitely the first one is the best.
and I’m glad it only takes 2 colours, screen-printing it will be cheaper :D
Very graphic and cool.
If you can use only two colors and make it look stunning, you don’t need to add a third one. ;)
It’s a neat illustration: strong, simple, and charming. And I love that it has a slightly vintage look!
Haha, so true, Diana! (thanks for the compliment ;)) I must admit that I still have a soft spot for that last colour combination… maybe I’ll just use the colours in something else!
I really love your designs and this one is amazing…very simple and strong.
ps…I LOVE the “focused” design you did.
thank you so much, Joey! I’m happy you like it… and that you took the time to walk around my portfolio! (that was were you found “focused”, right?) :)
I absolutely LOVE the first one! But I also really like the other two!! A beautiful illustration.
Thank you Jane!!
Very beautiful!I love two colors version.I love your style.
By the way,it looks like fun of 30 day drawing challenge.
I’ll try it,too.But I may begin slowly.
Thank you! Do try, it’s best to do it slowly than to keep on waiting until you have 30 days kind of free ;) I’ll keep an eye on your blog!
thank you Alisa!
I like the first one the best, I am really enjoying the quality of the lines that make up the wheels.
Those took me 3 attempts to get them looking right…I’m glad you noticed!
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