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igor

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i'm from Braunscheig, Germany. I don't know Iglew, but i'd like to see what you mean, can you give a link, or post some pics? Accusing me of biting is pretty tough especially when it isn't true.

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well seeing as its probably unlikely you have never heard of or seen his stuff i guess its a pure coincidence, thats why i asked where you're from.. i'll post some tomorrow as its 2;30 am here...

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damn! ur work looks bad ass. i'm into digital too. I would post my artwork but i can't find my zip disc. when i find my shit i'll post it up too.

 

good work!

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Fucking sick dude...keep them coming, would love to see more...how long do those usually take to make? Illustrator the best to use? Photoshop easier/harder? :king:

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Originally posted by nicetrek550

i like that computer work lets see if u can do that with a pencil

 

fuck a pencil, what about cans?

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Originally posted by maekr

fuck a pencil, what about cans?

 

I'll upload some pics of both, pencil sketches and pieces done with cans. I don't use spraycans anymore though because i have asthma, which made me quit writing a few years ago. But the love for graf won't quite let me go, that's why i'm doing digital stuff now. Not quite the real thing, i miss the smell, the feeling, all of that... but when you have troubles breathing every night after writing it's no fun either. Gasmasks help a little, but not 100%.

 

It will take a while till i post more digital stuff though, because they take me a few hours each and i'm too busy at the moment to do more. I've only done these three so far.

 

KidTwist: Photoshop is just as cool, but it's quite a different way of working. Vector apps such as Illustrator are more flexible, you can change anything at anytime without loss of quality. If you use Vector i recommend Illustrator. Freehand is okay, but i don't think it's quite as good. Photoshop has some vector features, but it's not the same. Yet still, PS has other advantages.

 

Thanks for all the positive feedback.

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Thanks for uploading the pics. I see some similarities in the i, especially the element on the bottom left, but neither him nor i invented it. And we share the same two first letters, that's rather rare. But apart from that, he's got quite a different style, less wild, a lot more angular, less flow (i'm not saying that it's bad, just different).

Never mind.

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i think ive used adobe illustrator maybe once or twice in my life. its not as easy as it looks. very nice work in here. those are definitly some crazy fills. im lookin forward to seeing more. A++ stuff.

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def nice work, man. do you use a mouse to get that shit or do you have a pen that you work with, i can't get my shit to look that smooth with a mouse.

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Igor,

 

Good stuff. I work with Illustrator, so I know those must have taken some time, especially if you arent using a tablet. Good work.

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