Monday, March 15, 2010

Illustration Friday - Subterranean


OK, so this is really my last post before I leave. I'm packing as I type but wanted to contribute this last illustration to illustration Friday. What better before going to SXSW than a subterranean musician.

14 comments:

vdelgado said...

I love the style! nice pick for "subterranean"!

Indigene said...

Great colors and illustration! Wow!

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks for you comments and stopping by.

Paul Scott said...

Great Concept!

donny* said...

love this illustration. and these colors really bring out a whole new atmosphere to the subway musician.

otto said...

Good meeting you on the train dude!

Anonymous said...

i seriously enjoy all your posting way, very charming,
don't quit and keep writing as a result it simply just well worth to look through it.
impatient to look over way more of your current stories, regards ;)

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks Paul and Donny. It felt fitting to draw a subway musician considering I was about to leave for the epicenter of underground artists.

It was good meeting you too Otto. Trains are definitely the way to travel, especially with so many creative people traveling to the same place.

SEILER said...

Hi Alex! I heard you met my friend Otto at SXSW? Cool work man.

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks Jason. I met Otto after I transfered trains in Chicago. It's a small world because I was actually just telling another artist on the train to check out your site.

pete ryan said...

really great!

chris be said...

nice! love the way you set up this shot and managed to pull a strong design out of a complex environment. hope SXSW went well for your band......can't wait to see sketches from the trip.

Jon Sperry said...

Very nice! You make me want to get back into Illustration Friday, maybe I'll do this weeks theme.. Have fun at SXSW!

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks everyone!

Pete - Thanks for stopping by.

Chris - SXSW was a lot of fun. I'll definitely be posting sketches soon.

John - It would awesome to see your illustrations on IF again. Your concepts are always really strong.