Wednesday, October 13, 2010

this is a big post

Buncha late sketches. All of these except the animal drawin's are from summerrr.

Sunday, September 26, 2010


Hey guys, long time no see, eh? These are all from my Illustration 1 class over the summer. Enjoy!

This was the first illustration we had, just an exercise with value and pattern.

This one was a montage. This one's my favourite. I might color it.

This is the inked version for my final project - the graphic novel page. This one is based off of lyrics from that famous Cage The Elephant song: Ain't No Rest For The Wicked. I didn't put the text in yet, still thinking about how exactly I'm wording it.

And this one is the colored page. Watered down gouache and pen. That's all.

This one was the narrative illustration. So this one is on Persephone from them greek myths. Haven't gotten a chance to shoot a nice quality picture of this one but I will.

And this one, my least favourite... the editorial. It's on that tragedy that happened in Germany. About 400 people were trampled, 20 or so were killed because of an overcrowding at a festival. It was supposed to go on the cover for the New Yorker.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

It's too foggy right now

So here are a few things I've done since my last update. Mostly pen, and a few other things.

And to start off, here's Omari. With a cool little warp that the scanner made. He sits up so straight, it's awesome.

Johnny :D

Brie, Chantal, Kevin, Monika, and that demented little cow thing

And this, folks.... is what happens when a cat sits on the scanner.

And here's a work in progress of my part of the villain project. :B
Just lettin' you guys know I'm still in.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Massive update of sketchesss

Dear peoples,
This semester, I feel like I've learned more than I've EVER learned, ever. I know that sounds a little ridiculous, but it's true. Even in highschool, I never had the kind of epiphany I've had this year. The fact that all I ever want to do is go to workshops really says something. The past year and a half before this semester I really didn't go to them at all because I thought they were help for the desperate. But really, the people who are serious about graduating and succeeding are all there. I've met so many incredible people at the workshops, it's ridiculous. If any of you see this, you're all my inspiration for improvement this semester. I love you guys and I'm so glad I got to meet you. These sketches are all from the 4 workshops a week I went to this semester. Enjoy, and any questions, feedback, or praise is always welcomed.

a more graphic approach...

some of my favorite gestures of the semester

some balance issues here, but i like the simplicity of them

1 minute gestures! hard stuff, but you can definitely feel the energy :)

michi <3

from the fashion workshop. pretty neat the way they set it up.

kike.... he always sits right in front of me or wears something interesting that makes me want to draw him.

stuff from the costume carnival. that was SO fun!

my favorite from the CC


standing on the second floor of the MoMA creepin on people

drawing thomas, and trying to learn a few new approaches he taught me with the brush pen

these ones are toward the very last few weeks of the semester. definitely my favorites.

thanks for going through the whole thing if you did. I really appreciate it.