Friday, March 25, 2011

I was just showing my roommate the Illustration and Design page on the Dawson College website, since we were having a discussion about our past art/design programs, when I came across the program's promotional video. I decided to have a look and SURPRISE! There's multiple shots of me working on my frog character sculpture in second year. I forgot how much fun sculpting is.

You can check it out

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

"The obscurist," "the town crier," "the sympathy-seeker,"and "the lurker." These spots were drawn for my editorial class for an article on facebook personality types. I thought my facebook-blue ink would be an appropriate colour choice for this assignment:)

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

New Thesis

Here's my next thesis piece! Struggled quite a bit with this one but I think it turned out ok. Helpful suggestions would be much appreciated:)

Friday, March 18, 2011

Hugh Jackman

Portrait of Hugh Jackman. Strangely enough, there's always a picture of him floating around my class.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Ink Drawing of Girl

Yesterday I decided to try out some new brushes and have a little fun drawing for myself. I did a few drawings but I think this one turned out best:)

Monday, March 7, 2011

Business Cards

Here is my almost-final business card designs. Please let me know what you think... I have so much trouble designing things for myself since I never know what I want!

Kagan's portrait of me

Today I had my portrait drawn by the talented illustrator Kagan McLeod. This was drawn during his editorial illustration class at Sheridan as an in-class demo. I think he captured a good likeness.

Friday, March 4, 2011

More Thesis Posters!

So here is the final version of "The Importance of Being Ernest" and my new "Faust" poster. These will be my last posters for my thesis since I've decided to switch it up a bit and illustrate book covers for this class (there's only so much room for posters on my display board for my graduation exhibit in April.) I had a lot of fun with these and I'm pretty happy with how they turned out considering I was lost the first few weeks of the semester figuring out how I was going to approach them. Again, I'm always open to comments and constructive criticism:)