Yes! No!

A project I came up with as part of an art display at a tea shop here in town. Although it wasn’t conscious, I think that a bit of Dagwood Bumstead (from the comic strip “Blondie”) and his boss may have had something to do with this . . .
dispute

I drew it using my standard mode; scanned pencil sketch, followed by a brief bit of editing in photoshop, and voila! No vectors needed for this piece.

HellYes copy   HellNo copy

The original scans. The line work is a point of particular pride, and represents what I believe to be my my technical style at its best.

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