IAD 16: The Moon Has Pull by Chris Leavens

By Chris Leavens

Given a little extra time, I think this one could be even better. Click on it to see the bigger version; for this one, it's quite necessary:

But this is illustration a day. I'll have to make the changes and post it during illustration as you please.

Medium: AI CS3 (Adobe Illustrator CS3, for those of you who may have forgotten.)


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Huh. You know, this may actually be the best one, so far. It's got a satisfying intellectual quality -- a certain gravity, if you will -- as well as a pretty harmonious textural flow. There's a whimsical quality that is evocative of some of the best European advertising and illustration of the middle of the last century, especially the sort that was produced in Fra, er, Freedomland.

Yes, quite possibly the most inspired one of the present bunch. I'd actually be pretty jealous of this if I weren't so distracted by whatever today's hottest new show is.


The moon also has pull over a woman's menstraul cycle. Can that be tomorrow's drawing?

Simply brilliant! So much intellectual depth. I could stare at it for hours!

Thanks for the compliments. This one seems to be the resounding favorite among people I've spoken to.

Now nearly months have passed, but I (Stavros) am still enjoy this ones most very much.

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