I share here my application drawing test for simpleshow. From the first test phases to the corrections from the studio to the redrawn stuff with the changes. I got rejected, for whatever reasons, but keep hate or negativity beside, they had their legit reasons. I just thought you might be interested what you must do sometimes to get a job and what process you get trough and then there is still no guarantee that you make it.
Have fun with this!
And of course I loved how easy everyone else thought it was for an artist to switch styles or mediums to cater towards "where the moneys at". The amount of times my family told me I should be designing logo's, tattoo's, illustrating female pinups, drawing kiddy-crap or airbrushing cars because "that's where all the art jobs are" was infuriating. Thank God people have laid off with that in recent years. Expecting an artist of one type to conform to the style of another, is like expecting a rock musician to go into classical. They are probably not going to be any good at it, and even if they were - you can bet they won't enjoy it. And art-related job isn't even worth it if you're not going to enjoy the projects handed to you or if you have little respect for the creative directors who ironically aren't very creative
Sie scheinen mir ziemlich spezifisch... Ein bisschen.. übertrieben? Geht mich natürlich nichts an, ich wundere mich bloß ~
Trotzdem, einen Künstler wie du hätten sie meiner Meinung nach gut gebrauchen können. Der Stil bleibt einzigartig.
I couldn't understand the notes of course, but for the most part I understood what they were 'saying'.
And both versions look very nicely done.