Boba Fett, New Contracts Digital Vector Illustration

in art •  18 days ago

Hello Steemians! It's been some time since I posted any of my art. I'm very excited to be back on Steemit and plan to drop some illustration posts in the near future. I'd like to start doing some new art for Displate and I'll be sure to share it with you.

I've been trying out some pixel paint brush techniques on my Vector art. As you can see, I used a number of pixel brush tips on my Boba Fett. Not sure yet if I prefer this textured style to the good old flat Vector illustration. I might experiment with this technique a bit more.

New Fett texture.jpg

A new Imperial contract, a new hunt...

Please let me know what you think about this style in the comments :)

See you on the next one!

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Adding pixel layers to vector art makes things a lot more versatile with shading and texture. Affinity Designer is awesome for this because you can switch back and forth between vector and pixel seamlessly.

Example:
eagle vector.png

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Yeah, I use Affinity :D Glad to see it's getting more wide spread adoption.

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Illustrator might be a little bit more powerful, but for a fraction of the price, Designer is so close in performance it makes it way better when comparing the cost/value together. And the fact that the iPad version of Designer is just as powerful as the desktop sets it well above Adobe in my opinion.

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Haven't used AI in ages. What features does it have that Affinity doesn't?

Nice and clean, I always admire vector artists :) And Boba Fett is always an appealing subject to art with :D

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Thanks @veryspider :) I'm just back on Steemit now. Need to see what you've been up too.