Some delving into storyboards, as per the teacher's command. Um...these are fun to do, in that I have to think very quickly and efficiently. How can I communicate my story in so few frames? Hopefully, you get the gist of what's going on. There is a sequence of events, but there isn't really a story.
Thursday, September 25, 2008
This is a bookmark my friend made. It's a picture of her (Adriana, left), me (center), and her boy Jon (right) doing the doubled-handed-death-metal-claw. I love it so much! I feel really special when she draws me; like she's thinking of me some times. I love her and Jon; they're good people. It makes me feel loved. Besides, she makes my big 80s hair metal hair seem really cool!
Monday, September 22, 2008
So, here's the painting. One up top is the first incarnation, which received some criticism (obviously...I mean, I go to art school...it's kind of what we do: learn to be passive aggressive).
I like the second one better; my teacher really knows his stuff, even if I think he acts jerky.
Sunday, September 21, 2008
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Here they come
Here come the bastards
I heard it from a confident -
Who heard it form a confidant
They're definitely on their way
There's one with this idea
Something about a hammer head shark
Nosehairs and flatus
Best keep your distance because
Here they come here come the bastards
Bury your head deep in the sand
Anonymityis a virtue in this day and age
Amazing hand dexterity
Flagrant misuse of security
Better run, run, run, run, run
Run Run Run Run, here they come
Mixed media: acrylic and colored pencil.
Monday, September 15, 2008
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Thursday, September 4, 2008
Self explanatory, really.
Our assignment was to get familiar with the tablet's basic functions. We were told to copy a portion of a marble statue. This one is Laocoon (he and his sons were killed by sea serpents, I believe).
It turned out ok, I suppose. It was my first try...