Thursday, November 27, 2008
I wouldn't say that this is my opinion in its strictest form, not by a long shot; I love all types of music, but I am definitely always in the mood for something loud and heavy.
RUN TO THE HILLS! RUN FOR YOUR LIIIIIIIIIIVES!
UP THE IRONS!
Thursday, November 20, 2008
World's Most Boring Assignment: take pictures of people working or in uniforms and paint them. It's a good exercise, no doubt, but if we were just exploring the possibilities of watercolor, I think I would have preferred a still life or something. The paintings were supplemented by colored pencil (watercolor and colored pencils are one of my favorite ways to work).
I do like the fencing one though (and you may be able to tell that I spent the most time on it); the figures look great. I tried to give it a little bit of color by making the shadows blue.
An illustration for a children's book that I'm putting together. This assignment allowed for more freedom; notice that the bushes, her hair, her jacket, etc. are not a single color. It's fun! I'm starting to get the hang of it.
For some real awesome watercolors, check out Mr. JT's blog (to the right).
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Did someone take the keys? Why in the middle of the night? Who has what it takes?
My tribute to Edward Gorey.
I tried my best to make this visually interesting, since I felt the concept was kind of abstract/weak. Besides, everyone else was drawing owls and I wanted mine to be a little bit different.
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Well, when my friend announced to our class that this week's topic was "vacant," she failed to enunciate the "t," and our teacher thought she said "bacon." I didn't want to lose the idea of bacon, since I thought it was so funny. So, I did my best to convey "vacant bacon."
SUPER SPECIAL AWESOME BONUS ILLUSTRATION:
When I think of "vacant" sans bacon, I think of Johnny Rotten's strange gaze, so I did a picture of that as well. Don't get used to it.