Wednesday, November 10, 2010

lotsa lotsa stuffs. tarmar finish due next week. ely finish due next week. HAHA.

above: a sketch done during age of melancholy. 
below: a sketch done during my holocaust class of my teacher and his wife. surprisingly i caught them in a moment that they weren't sleeping.

Monday, November 8, 2010

so much to do. so little time. color study for the first ely. show poster for tombs, young widows and pelican.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

sketch for tim bower. a good man is hard to find by flannery oconnor. i like it alot.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Here's a little bit of the not-so-glamorous stages of an illustration. I'm going to go with a very typical "down the rabbit hole" alice in wonderland illustration for this assignment. I decided to go with something that already had an image attached to it so that I could concentrate on working on my style more. I think this is going to help me out alot. Hopefully.

Some of my thumbnails:

More developed sketch:

More more developed developed sketch in the makings:

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Thursday, September 23, 2010

people said his brain was infected by devils. 

ABOVE: sketch for inventor and his/her invention. walter freeman, inventor of the ice pick lobotomy.

BELOW: sketchbook collab with brianna gilmartin.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

second assignment of the year, first assignment for tim bower. the assignment was a historical figure with a modern product. i strayed pretty far from the literal aspects of the assignment because i chose to experiment stylistically and medium-wise. i chose elizabeth bathory as my historical figure and whirlpool bathtubs as my modern product. im getting so close to have the most perfectly confident pieces. yes.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Lost my old blog, and had to make a new one. Well, I guess I didn't really lose it, more like forgot the password and which email address I used and was forced to sit for an hour and try to figure it out. Ultimately failed, which brings me here. TOP: A page from my sketchbook and BOTTOM: the sketch for my made up "Satanic Bible for Kids" cover.