I have always thought that illustrator was one of the greatest programs made for artists. When transparency was added I switched over entirely from my other graphics programs so that I could do my art the way I wanted.
I finally was able to put together a show up in Calgary Alberta called Interesting People. All the portraits are done %100 in Illustrator CS4. I'm hoping that the community here will be interested in it.
The Videos on You Tube and on the website were made possible by a collaborater on the Scripting Forums. He made a script that allowed me to reveal each and every stroke. These will be displayed on large format screens beside the canvases at the Gallery.
http://www.idrawinterestingpeople.com to check it out.
http://www.youtube.com/user/michaelgrills for the videos.
I really hope this inspires conversation about the future of digital art and where we can take it.
Also if there is a better place for me to post this info without being a spammer then please let me know.
Terrific stuff. Best wishes for your show.
Great stuff! One comment though... feel you should speed up the animation / reduce the duration on Brian. It takes too long and interest wanes...
Edit: And best wishes!!! Am sure it'll go great!
I agree, but at the same time I sat and waited to see the result.
Great work. It was well worth the wait, even though it could have
gone a little faster.