I'm doing some stencil art, and would love to make a piece of a bad-ass Bert and Ernie. However, I suck at drawing, i mostly use pics fron the web which i manipulate in illustrator and photoshop.
Can anyone please make a "Bad ass Bert & Ernie" sketch for me to continue working on? :)
So many things have already been done before, so I don't get why you even thought your comment means shit.
With what you said it would mean someone already did exactly what Luvisi did in this picture. But no one ever has.
It must be hard for you to never come up with an idea in your head and actually execute it. I hope it drives you to put a bullet in your brain.
Hey! Sorry, i used this picture for inspiration only, i'm not too eager usng a picture which i'm not "allowed" to use by the original creator. I'm looking for something similar, but not this exact pic/composition. All the saturation-related answers is not necessary, since i'm already familiar with PS. Making layers isn't a problem.
And yes, >>2359200 i should learn to draw, but i wont be able to draw anything near what i imagine just yet. Even with the attributes that follows being an asswipe!
I will definately post the finished work, or i could even email it to whoever wants it.
I can also add, i will most likely paint on canvas, somewhere in the range 50x70 to 70x100cm, probably with 5-7 layers, with a more or less freestyled background.
Post your imaginative shit ;)
The reality is most stuff done explicitly to be different and creative are usually shit and forced. I'd take 100 of the OP pic over the usual tired artsty fartsy 'creative & unique' trash that hipsters, stoners and abstract artists churn out.
This is my last work btw (quite unimaginative, i know, but im trying to learn)
>anything out of popped culture
take a badass movie....say Drive for instance
take somthing kid friendly, muppets will do. you know what? how about kermit.
bam. That's the entire thought behind the process. There's nothing of substance here. anyone desperately trying to defend it is a shill
I honestly didn't check. really. I pulled to random disconnected things that I though he would do. and he already did it. Isn't that a sign that things are a little too easy and formulaic?
I had the idea that the relationship between Bert and Ernie is that of two siblings. Specifically, Ernie is how a child views his younger sibling (hyperactive and prone to bouts of runaway imagination) and Bert is how a child views his older sibling (boring and not at all fun).