A few years ago I converted a short bus into an RV and have used it to see the country. When I discovered layered artwork I knew I had to make something bus-related, so here is my first major design. I traced an outline of my bus and then added svg’s I bought online to create the layers.
Oh that’s lovely! The legs on the moose are so delicate!
Got any pictures of your skoolie?
yeah, I’ve thought about adding support behind the moose just for extra security, but it seems solid enough.
This was in Crater Lake NP in 2019, part of a 5 week road trip.
I like it, but you may have to commit to telling people what it represents moving forward. One solution is to put a bus side profile into the image, maybe behind the hikers (they got there somehow, right?). Might be enough of a clue and people like that ‘oh wow’ moment when figuring things out.
Regardless, very vague bus profile. Show it to a few people and see if they can make the leap from you to bus to project.
Just for giggles I tried a side view vs your image.
The above is my first blush opinion and is worth 0.00001 cents per word…
I am liking these layered plaques that have become popular.
Thanks for sharing the project results.
Hahaha—love the Hitchhiker’s Guide reference in your bus name.
Having lived in the 1956 Tombstone-Ft Huachuca school bus for many years I recognized it right away. Mine was 40’ long and the driver 6’ in front of the front wheels and the engine in back. I would have done better with something like yours,
Nice work! Nice Ride!