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  • Mark Armstrong

    Simple and beautiful– and not as easy as they look, I’m sure! Thanks.

  • http://kyrisweblog.blogspot.com/ Mr. Kyri Kyprianou

    That’s the thing with simple characters, you have to be sure that the shapes are perfect, or true to the chosen style. But in doing this, they shouldn’t appear robotic. They must still have within them some humanity for us to warm to them (I find a simple thing like making the facial features asymmetrical usually works). The third image in the gallery is a good example of this ‘roboticness’. But as it is a pattern/wallpaper style of image, this works well for the purpose I think.