Worked up these arrows for Three Hunters Vodka late last year. They have just released this super hot bottle, a dream of a vodka.
sempersarcastic asked: I just found your blog and gotta say your work is amazing!
Thanks for the kinda words sir!
king--fisher asked: I really dig your stuff, I am so glad I found it. This is what I want to do. Do you work full time as an illustrator or do you do other design work or have another job? Also your work reminds me of some of Tomer Hanuka's illustration.
Glad you like it! I have worked full time as an illustrator for around 7 years now. Tomer’s work is great, as much as I know he’s a big Hokusai fan, as am I (who isn’t ha) - definately some of the asian influences cross over.
echosilo asked: I saw 'Natalia' via SUPERSONICART and then your Inprnt profile.I wanted to ask if using Inprnt has been beneficial for you either monetarily or exposure-wise. I also want to add that what I do artistically is nothing like what you do, I'm treating this as if I am an unconcerned third party. In any case, I want to start selling prints, but there are so many outlets for this, and I don't know if anyone truly realizes any benefit. What are your thoughts?
I don’t think its been beneficial for exposure, I only set it up purely because I was travelling and couldn’t handle shipping prints or products while I was away. I will be opening my own online store pretty soon. It’s a great option if your not completely sure with how much will sell and don’t want to invest the money into numbered runs and/or if you lack the time to ship them yourself.
sakanahime asked: I found your work from Zed's Lost You and it's amaaaazing! Do you still sell prints? I know there's a link on your website but it seems to be down. aaa so cool u//_//u
The inprint store should still be up at: http://www.inprnt.com/gallery/andrewarcher/
I’m also going to be opening up an online store of my own with limited and open run giclée prints along with some other super cool secret stuff in the next couple of months.
ayazafe asked: How do you make your lineart? Pen tool?
Pencil and scan, then add to it with the brush tool and some adjustment layers for smoothness.