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Ulysses Grant Portrait Illustration

A portrait of Ulysses S. Grant, general of the American Civil and and later a U.S. President. I started with a pencil sketch and then digitally painted him in Photoshop. I wanted to do something slightly haunting yet dignified. I hope I managed it. He was always one of my favorites to read about it in History Class.

A side note on this piece, I entered it in 2015 to Creative Market's #SketchaPres contest. And to my surprise,it actually won! It was such a cool thing. I still have the Creative Market T-Shirt that was part of the prize :) Being the expert marketing genius that I am, I only decided to offer this now, 2 years after the fact. To quote Homer Simpson. "Doh!"

What you get:

  • (1) 8 x 10 CYMK TIFF, 300 DPI
  • (1) 8 x 10 RGB JPG, 300 DPI
  • (1) 8 x 10 VECTOR PDF
  • (1) 8 x 10 VECTOR AI (Adobe Illustrator File)

NOTE: This image is flattened. The background is "as is" and was not created with transparency in mind. The original size is 8" x 10" and a great image to print and frame. Other uses could be to accompany a report, magazine article or book illustration. Using Adobe Illustrator, I have converted this image to a vector format (AI and PDF) to allow for larger sizes to create at your own discretion. For larger formats, please remember to get a proof to make sure the image quality is good before going to production on any project,

Thank you very much and hope you enjoy it!

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