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Nothing too exciting for me recently, had to take some photos the other day for work and was really pleased with this one.
Whoa, haven't been here in a while. Great to see so much awesome work from everyone.
Here's a stack from the last couple of months or so, sorry for the image dump:
This was the unused cover artwork for Tame Impala's 'Currents', through Mod Records:
Some Final Fantasy fanart:
Commissioned artwork, titled 'Rachael and Eva':
Branding work for Geoff Huegill's upcoming sports brand:
Product launches in September.
Posters, eventually skateboards, for Have:
You Are Me:
With matching phone case, poem by Emmie Rae:
Wow Aldous! How long do these illustrations take from start to finish?
Nice poster work @aldous
One I have almost finished here: https://instagram.com/p/58gqt6I9qn/?taken-by=bjarni
Thanks guys. :)
@Bjarni That Skyblaze poster looks good. I love how the colours are exploding out of the K.
@Motionlab , the illustrations usually take a day. Maybe 3-4 hours if I worked on it constantly, but I'm a big in-project procrastinator.
Here's some concept art for a side-scrolling mobile surf game:
@aldous, maybe we could use you on some future animation projects. I just sent you an email.
Great new surf illustration as well btw.
Aldous work would be amazing animated!
Yes his work animated would be pretty interesting.
killing it @aldous !
visual concept for an indie theatre season in brisbane, not 100% yet but getting closer, challenging process building everything and photographing but fun none the less
for a theatre show with a boxing theme, wanted to make it look like a retro boxing flyer, on back has all the details for the actual theatre show
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