Frisbee Poster

For some time, I’ve been eager to learn how to use Adobe Illustrator, and over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been tinkering around with it in my spare time.

Several days ago I made the poster below to advertise a mixer that the Harding Ultimate Frisbee team was having.

I think I’ve probably only tapped into about 3% of Illustrator’s potential at this point, but so far, I’ve been pleased.

Click on the picture to see a larger version.


Angela 9/15/08, 1:36 PM  

That looks great!

Will 9/15/08, 11:00 PM  

How successful was it? Plus, without the sideline and ground (or hint of the two) the catch doesn't look nearly as hard as it was in real life.

Anonymous 9/16/08, 8:32 AM  

Is that a picture of you on the poster?

Luke Dockery 9/16/08, 8:48 AM  


Thanks! There are some things about it that I don't like, but I was pleased with it considering my beginner status.

Luke Dockery 9/16/08, 8:50 AM  


I'm assuming you mean the mixer, and I really don't know the answer.

Whit told me last night that they had the biggest/most talented freshman class since our year, but I'm not sure that the mixer had anything to do with that.

It still looks like I'm falling.

Luke Dockery 9/16/08, 8:50 AM  


That is a picture of me, and for the record, I didn't actually catch the disc.

MrsDockery 9/16/08, 1:06 PM  

Nice - I like it.

Luke Dockery 9/16/08, 1:23 PM  

Mrs. D.,


Paul Murphy 9/16/08, 3:23 PM  

I thought Whit was the vain one...

Justin and Heather Bland 9/16/08, 8:20 PM  

sweet poster! love it

Luke Dockery 9/17/08, 10:04 AM  


Whit is the vainest one.

Luke Dockery 9/17/08, 10:05 AM  


Thanks. I slightly updated (upgraded?) some of the detail on the one I did of you. Do you want the new version?

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