your friend amanda looks hot.
seriously tho, nice illo and im loving that plurals design.
messing around with color options before I enlarge it and finish up the details. currently 6"x10" or so
^ that is very awesome!
I am working on a new logo... babies maybe?
a few other recent shirt designs..
these bottom two need some more work still I think.
Put the "82" 3/4s of the way down the main fuselage, near the tail section and/or right under the cockpit windows.
Having it wing top is uncharacteristic on a Superfortress.
Plus, the Enola didn't have red around the prop hub or a red star on the wing either.
If you're gonna draw such a historic warbird, at least reference it.
Yeah, I do realize that the plane I drew is not historically accurate at all. Because I did actually reference the plane, but as you can see didn't follow exactly what I saw. I did not have nearly enough time to get it how I wanted, as it was created for a "for fun" tee-off contest for emptees, so I botched all the exact historical elements and just tried to get the point across. I will have to fix it, needing major changes in the tail for sure and the decal elements. I just wanted certain things to be seen in this ( wanted the red to be brought into the plane design so that is why it is seen around the prop hubs .
If I were to do anything with this design those changes would be made, but I am glad to see that you actually noticed those things. Ha most people dont and just go... oh yeah neat. If I wanted to get really technical i would have to draw the a-bomb 10 ten times smaller than it is. Thanks though
Yeah, man, it wasn't my intention to totally bag on your design. I've done countless hours of study and dealt with tons of WWII warbird "rivet counters". Just wanted to spare you some of the crap I've had to deal with, in regards to my own fine art. Then again, 90% of the folks that emptees would probably market that shirt to, wouldn't have any clue what the Enola was, what role she played in history, or sadly enough, even care.
Keep up the great work though. I always dig seeing stuff from you.
Ha now worries man, It actually inspired me to want to redo the whole thing to make it historically accurate ha.. I figured though that you have actually studied the plane, because noone else has pointed it out yet. Yeah and that is true, most people recognize the name, but have no idea (not saying I am some huge history buff either) ... but when the topic "Airplanes" came up, that came to mind first.
Actually I did a rough sketch after replying of what I think it should be like more ( still not 100% accurate, but a better depiction) ha
thanks a lot man.. I enjoy getting real feedback like that (and I didn't mean to make a bunch of excuses either, because I re-read it and it sounded like that is what I was doing ha)