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Vectortuts+ loves Illustration and discovering new talent, so today we are proud to be showcasing the final round of the Vectortuts+ Matryoshka Doll Project. Check it out at the jump!
Design a Vectortuts+ Matryoshka Doll, First and Final Round!
We've had a great response with this project with eight highly creative pieces submitted to our Facebook Page. Check out these submissions and keep your eye open in the future for more chances to take part in Tuts+ Workshops.
"This is my work, hope you will like it :)"
"I’m just beginning my adventrue with computer graphics.
Especially I like creating characters with futuristic features – as You can see at this graphics. I also want to express an idea of peace, hapiness, freedom and music – that’s why my characters are full of colours, smiles and energy"
Lin Yi Su
"Hello~ ^___^ I come from Taiwan! This is my work. Hope you will like it~ If you like my design, welcome to my website: Child07.com"
"I'm Dennis Park, a vector fan with design constantly on the brain. My submissions tend to be Asian-themed, and this one is no exception. I've combined my obsession with ninjas and my love of patterns to create this piece. Check out my Daily Creative Project."
"I'm Oskar Lozano, and I am a beginner in this of the vectors, I'm Mexican and I have a small facebook page!"
David Allan Raeburn
"Wolly The Welder by David-Allan Raeburn. I'm very new to illustrator and this is my first ever completed image. I can think of lots more to do to it to make it better but as this project was supposed to be a quicky here it is."
Gem Tank Gale
"My attempt at the doll. I'm new to vectors so critics welcomed :)"
"Hope I'm not too late with this! A small homage to my adopted home town. Check out some of my other work here: http://1inchsq.tumblr.com/"
Keep an eye open for future Tuts+ Workshop challenges and projects! They can help you gain more exposure for your art and feedback.
There is an on going Vector Critique Workshop you can also submit your work to. Check out our last Vector Critique post to see how it works and what you need to do to take part.