So, here’s the final version.
It’s already been accepted to RedisWhite.com as a possible shirt design for them to print, so now I need to get people to vote for it. Therefore, it’d be great if you could go sign up for an account (it’s pretty easy), and say that you like it. (If you actually do, I guess.)
While many responded to the periodic awakening of the Volcano God with sacrifices and midnight dances, the atheist Mogonju tribe usually resorted to a more practical solution…
And here’s the final version. Since it’s meant to be shrunk down quite a bit, I decided it should be carrying a more recognizable form of message.
Anyway, you can also go see it in its final website design.
A sketch for the logo of a web service that deals in notification. And no, that’s not a rolled up newspaper for swatting other flies, it’s a missive.
Actually, I have no idea what’s going on here… is that a sun? An explosion? Hmm… sounds like this calls for an Artist’s Statement.
As the Philosopher once said, “Only in darkness does light shine forth bright enough to illuminate the mind’s subconscious.”
In this image, I wanted to show that even something as simple as an explosion could reflect upon the passing ship-like knowledge of the human psyche, bringing to light all those dents and scratches that make up the futile underpinnings of mankind’s pettiness. In such light, how can one do anything but throw off the shackles of greed, jealousy, and hatred, and trade them in for a big heaping plate of Gagh?
So here are a couple different color ideas that I’m working with at the moment. Let me know which one(s) you like best…
So, as the title may or may not suggest, this was done on my iPhone, using a simple drawing application.
As can be seen, precision isn’t the easiest thing to manage when using your finger to draw lines that are smaller in width than it is. I hope to get better, though, for having a portable digital sketchbook could come in quite handy.