Another piece from my Illustrated Book Project. This actually the first final image I got done. It's from the 2nd and 3rd pages of the book and would be a 2 page spread. This is also the first time the prince is pictured. The text would go on the left side between the tree roots. 12in x 18in, watercolor, gouache.
Also now it's winter break, so more updates after Christmas
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Piece from my illustrated book project. This is the first page where you see the witch Minga-Yang. Minga-Yang carries evil spells and potions on her back so that she can spread disease wherever she goes. 9.5in x 12in watercolor, gouache.
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
Part of my big project for Illustrated Book. I'm doing a children's book based on the fairy tale from Philippines. The story is about a prince who can talk to animals and an evil witch who transforms him into a monkey. These are my first ideas for the designs for the prince and the witch. I also have a color piece that is very, nearly, almost done. So more to come soon.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
So my friends and I have decided to do prompts again. This time we'll be posting them to a separate blog, which is here. This week's prompt was to go to lookbook and create an piece inspired by an image. 4in x 10in, watercolor, gouache.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
So I have sort of been failing at posting regularly, but hopefully I will change that soon. This is my second assignment for Illustrated Book. I actually got this assignment a while ago, but I wanted to touch up a few things before posting. We each given a title and a caption of a stories from the book The Mysteries of Harris Burdick by Chris Van Allsburg. Mine was the Third Floor Bedroom with the caption: it all began when someone left the window open. So I decided to go flying fish ship things. Watercolor, 8.5 x 14in
Monday, September 28, 2009
Another piece from my Illustrative Print class. I'm finally getting around to taking pictures of my work from the end of last semester. This is my first attempt at a two color print. I had a lot of trouble with the registration and made a bunch of copies, most of them screwed up. I really like the look of multiple colors, but they are super annoying to print. The subject matter is the Greek myth of Hades and Persephone seen here in the underworld next to a pomegranate tree relief block print,12 x 18in.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
First post of senior year! Now that I'm back in school I should be posting more regularly. This is my first assignment for my Illustrated Book. We had to come up with a 4 word phrase that used alteration to illustrate. 10.5 x13.5in, watercolor and gouache.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
For Lifestyles. We were each assigned an upcoming film and told to create an image of a femal model that draws inspiration from the movie. I got Harry Potter 6.The illustration is of that creepy Inferi-filled lake Harry and Dumbledore cross to get the Horcrux. The clothing is all from current designers. 9in x 12in, watercolor and gouache
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Sunday, February 15, 2009
First assignment for Concepts II. It's an illustration of this place called Feather Island, where all the inhabitants are women and the upper class women have feathers instead of hair. Watercolor, gouache, 16.5 x 20in.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Second go at the wild swans story for Illustrative Print. This time I used a bigger block and printed it using the press instead of by hand. The cutting got a lot easier the more I did it. Relief block print, 12 x 18in.
Sunday, February 8, 2009
First assignment for my Lifestyle class which is a fashion illustration course. The assignment was to choose a location and find existing designer clothes that draw inspiration from the place. I chose the Museum of Natural History and looked at Jean Paul Gaultier's couture collections for the past five years. Having the four illustrations due at the same time was a challenge, but I'm pretty happy with the results. Watercolor, ink, 8 x 13in
Friday, January 30, 2009
This is my first attempt at relief block printing. I like the different textures you can get but if you mess up when cutting you can't really fix it. It's an illustration of the wild swans story. I'm doing the same scene again for the next assignment but this time bigger. Relief block print, 9 x 12in.
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
My goal for this semester is not to totally forget about this blog when finals come around. Here are the last few projects from Wet Media Kitchen.Watercolor one week assignment. I used salt in ground and gouache for the outlines. The creature is a centaur. 12 x 14in, watercolor and gouache.Final project. Same technique as the centaur piece. It's a wrap around cover for a book of fairytales. 18 x 25in, watercolor and gouache