thanks for noticing joel. i would say this is my truest style, since i actually draw this way when i'm just doodling randomly/for fun. the other styles require more work and thought. but i always hope, when i finally get to the promised land, st. peter will say 'we would like you to do all your posters in this style, my child.' course it'll be for some group like Creed or something. and i'll be like 'what i wouldn't give to do a megadeath poster.' speakin of megadeath, RIP. those guys deserve a moment of silence for 20 years of rock.
sniff....time to break out the tissues. peace out.
naturally his is a much better poster, but i never found out why they had me make one for the show as well. i guess that's just interesting to me, two posters for the same exact show, and how different they are.
correct me if i'm wrong jacob, but doesn't the blackbird have the artists make their own posters? did lachrymator commission you to do this one, or one of the other bands? just curious, i've gone to a few shows there and this is by far one of the better posters they've had.
another classic. i'm no fan of chickens (bad childhood experience) but the unconventional angle is pretty cool. i wonder if these types of posters are harder for the venues to hang, or if they do a better job since they jump out more. probably the latter.
the idea behind it was that i'd just seen that ward sutton pearl jam poster, with the guy coming out of the other guys head, and it was inspired by that. not as good, that's a given. i have sketchbooks full of these drawings, just no place to use them. anyways, i should just say thanks instead of talking so much.