Illustration Fast Food Festivities

des - Fast Food Festivities

Some of Sunday's Work.

Two takeaways in one day - not too bad

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simonmackie - 08.12.10 21:50
I'm lovin' it!
des - 07.12.10 00:45
Thanks, Java. Much appreciated, although it's not so much great as greatly rushed.
Java - 06.12.10 22:37
Wow, another great job!
des - 06.12.10 10:45
Yeah, I went for a look I liked on some old Hanna Barbera Christmas cartoons I remembered. I intended to stay with that style, but ten solid hours of painting across two separate premises makes it easier to just slide into the tried and trusted approach. There's still a load of work to be done, so I've gotta pace myself. It is fun to try different looks, but it requires concentration.

Saturday and Sunday just past, I've completed three McDonalds branches, and a golf shop, and I completed most of the University of Limerick Swimming Pool glasswork on Friday. All fun...
Kringe - 06.12.10 09:23
I like the two elves in foto No 9. Your style has become a little bit different, hasn't it? The faces and bodies are sort of cubistic ...

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