Creativity can be associated with the nature of birds -- very capricious, observant, exploratory, and able to fly free and far in every direction. Imagine that you’ve gathered your tools and your focus is sharp. From a bird’s-eye view, you are ready to jump into your project knowing you have what you will need to succeed.
This piece really struck a chord with my creativity. I really went to town drawing in the composition with illustrator blue first before going in with tight line work. The letters were still giving me grief, so I searched around for other inspiration.
I took some photos of a scruffy-looking urban flying rat and a plane making a landing at the local airport. Look for inspiration everywhere.
It’s really helpful to make models of the actual things you’re drawing so you can really see how the light hits them and how they look in context.
Getting these photos is just what I needed to inspire me to draw this next iteration for an interview about the drawing tool called muro Redraw.
We fell in love with this piece, and after some hours rebuilding, using a minimal amount of color for silkscreening on clothing, it was finished. Super fun and nerdy!
This is the info that accompanies a piece when I send it to be printed.
We sent it off, and a while later we received the finished garment. It looks even better in context. The model seems to like it as well, as he looks through a stack of fun drawings.
Thanks for reading, and enjoy the flight!
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