Posted 13.04.2018 @ 2.12PM
@scotty – Yep, it was Mike Meyer! Yeah he's a boss. I love sign painting, I wish it was something I could really spend more time on but on top of design, making art paintings, running my own clothing brand, shooting photography, making video art, I just have no time :'( – If I could get an apprenticeship doing it, I'd be totally up for it though haha.
Hope it goes well man, it's an awesome trade :)
Posted 12.04.2018 @ 7.01PM
::@scotty – The Sign Painters movie is really great. I actually did a workshop with one of the guys from the movie too :)::
Did you? Who?
It wasn't Mike Mayer by any chance was it?
That guy's legend.
I was talking to him the other day about when he was doing another UK (London) workshop as I'd love to do one myself.
I'm really getting back into the whole sign painting thing again and building up my kit right now getting all my lettering quills, 1Shot and shite together.
I recently joint the Facebook group and I think it's exactly what you're looking for.
They specialise in creating distressed signage and ghost walls.
Some AWESOME examples on there for inspiration bit they're also very helpful and happy to share tips.
Posted 16.02.2018 @ 10.06AM
@SCOTTY still repping the isometric styles, I love it. Please share more with us!
I hate to be a pathetic shill, but I just launched my first ever Kickstarter, along with an embarrassing video. I got on the front foot by intentionally making it as embarrassing as possible, so nobody can tell me I don't look good in a suit jacket and no shirt!
It's for the last comic I created, Superbob, which I posted some pictures of back in the past, I believe. Let me know what you think, would you, please?! .