Hiro and Daisuke show us their work process from start to finish of a New York Times Magazine brief below.
‘We meet clients in a variety of ways: face to face, phone, Skype and email. The process is often slow at first. I draw many small sketches that will eventually make up the larger illustration.’
‘After this we’ll do a rough sketch in a lower resolution. Once this is done, we draw a more complex line in higher-resolution.’
‘We refer to various documents and images of things like buildings and cars. Knowing the details is very important to the illustration work we do.’
‘For big illustrations, the work will take between 30-60 days. Usually about a week before finishing, we will continue drawing and working for 18-20 hours per day.’
Final Amazing image! thank you guys!
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