again man a very amazing job with the vector, do you know of any really good tutorials or a way i can learn on how to make vectors like you do...I don't want to copy your style but i want to become a graphic artist for a career and i have to learn stuff somewhere...so could you help me man?
Em, I don't really know of any tutorials, it's all just practice practice practice though i do recall there are a couple of good videos on youtube that could be of help. If only i could remember hwat they were, i watched thme years ago lol I work by outlining everything first, the body shapes, the parts the where the shadows and highlights will be, i usualy use differnt stroke widths to denote between shadow highlight and bodyshape. then i add the colour adn finial the shadows and highlights and finally i add in small details if needed and a background of some kind, gradient mesh for the win! Illustrator is a pwerful program Also make sure you use layers for the differtn parts of the car like the tyers, the main body and the interior. You'll end up with so many shapes it makes life a lot easier. The best thing you can really do is practice, your first try probably won't live up to your expectations but you have to keep trying and refining your style till you end up with something you like
This is really, REALLY good work! Did you take the points off a model or did you make it from looking at one? I don't really understand vectors, but if you want to print something on a T-shirt you make the points off your photo, is it sort of like that? Anyway I love the colour, red is always fab.
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