SoulmanDK got their new other graphic design by running a design contest:
Carricature or Shadow drawing
Check out SoulmanDK's Other Graphic Design contest…
A carricature or shadow drawing of a computer player called Grubby for various purposes. Pictures enclosed for guidelines for the carricature or shadow drawing in design brief.
What's your vision?
Desired Color Scheme: Color/Black&White Desired Style: Carricature/Shadow drawing Accepted File Formats: .psd I am looking forÂ a carricature or shadow drawing of a computer player called Grubby for various purposes. Pictures enclosed for guidelines for the carricature or shadow drawing. I am not decided on whether it should be a carricature or a shadow drawing and or if it should be black/white or colored (carricature), so try it bit of both. You can see pictures of him here: http://www.regroup-esports.com/gfx/grubby_pic_13.jpg http://www.regroup-esports.com/gfx/1780.jpg http://www.regroup-esports.com/gfx/4866.jpg http://www.regroup-esports.com/gfx/wsvg2.jpg http://www.regroup-esports.com/gfx/4K-WCG-Netherlands2007-10small.jpg Must be delivered in vector based .psd file. Questions? Ask :)
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