Tuesday, March 10, 2009
"Intricate" - for Illustration Friday - win this original sketch!
Here is my latest submission for www.illustrationfriday.com
The topic this week is "Intricate".
Whew! This week's topic threw me for a loop. I really had a mental workout coming up with something for this one. I made a solid effort to craft a strong solution which cleverly illustrated the concept of intricate versus simply creating a complex drawing and giving it the title of intricate. This was tough for me because I challenged myself to accomplish this task with a simple image. Creating a simple image that illustrates the concept of intricate - now that's a mind bender and also the reason it took me so long to post this week!
Alas, here it is and I think it worked out pretty nicely. Now, here comes the fun part...
WIN THE ORIGINAL SKETCH FOR THIS ILLUSTRATION!
Above I have posted the diagram which I modified (for aesthetic reasons) to use in the illustration on the chalkboard. I will mail this original signed sketch to the first person who can tell me what this diagram is for! Once you post a comment with the answer, click here to find my email address on my main profile page and send me a follow up email so we can correspond about the particulars of mailing the sketch. I'll post an update in the comments section once someone has won so until then...have at it!
I have also posted the original sketch so that you can see what your grand prize looks like. I'm so excited! I really hope someone solves this - have fun!
Arianna (my sister) you're disqualified because you're a smarty pants and I know this is probably easy for you!
Diana Evans has won the original sketch today (March 11th), less than 24 hours after the contest began. Wow! Congratulations, Diana!
You can find her entry/answer in the comments section. Also, here's a link to her blog and website.
Thanks for checking this out!
www.illustrationfriday.com is a website that posts topics each week for artists from around the world to interpret, illustrate and post.
Posted by Nathanael Lark at 9:13 PM