Now this is the sort of thing I keep hoping I'll see somewhere around here when I go hunting for art to inspire me. I've seen so very, very few who use vectors to make anything remotely original and creative.
I love the human figure. I think it is the most satisfying thing to incorporate into a piece, and you do a fantastic job of it. Not only do you have a very unique way of rendering, but the environments that you create for the figures portray such intense emotions that they really bring the viewer deep into the piece. I can't wait to learn more about vector art. I'm taking a class in it next quarter.
Interesting how changing and adding a few elements can change the look of the piece! My fave would still be the first, I prefer the colours and the sparsity of the additonal elements below him. This one has more of a cutaway feel at the bottom, and the perspective on the wire-lines really makes him look like some kind of angel stationed on a watch over humanity looking awfully bored. I really love both pieces though. Any chance of either of them becming prints? This is the sort of thing I'd love to see hung on my wall.