Game set and match to Rex by the look of the votes. If you missed it, you can still view the match volley by volley here » I think in the heat of the moment I kind of forgot about the ‘layer’ aspect of the game… The advantage of us both being in the same room was I could see what Rex was drawing and start sketching ideas for my return volley before my 15min had even started. But that kind of led to me just doing a doodle and not re-using any of the layers. Nevermind, it was a great match and we both had fun, especially the post match drinks :)
I was impressed with the speed that Rex could knock out full colour visuals. My usual style is to pencil sketch, scan, then work up vector outlines and then colour last. Not a hope in hell I could get all that done in 15min, so I just stuck to the pencil sketches. Rex though works straight into photoshop with a Wacom tablet, it was quite an eye opener, might have to get one and give it a go.
Thanks again to Anne for her commentry, check out her reflections on the game. And of course thanks to Coudal for inviting us to play :)
Here’s the both of us in action:
Hey, that’s so cool the way the text of my comments wraps around the transparency of the PNG of my head. So cool I had to post again just to say that.
I liked the combination and alternation of pencil sketches and full-colour. It looks even better the way you have them above (actually I think Coudal should display it that way).
You definitely win on the outfit front. Do you even have green socks on? Class.
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I prefer your pencil sketches.
Well done, the both of you’s!
Well drawn to the both of you! I love that you made a tennis court and dressed accordingly for the game!
Cheers Megges :)
Wow. That´s just awesome. I mean, I thought that the result will become great, but that´s even better!
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