Process shots of last Ill Lit project.
Traditional pencil & ink drawing into digital finalizing.
I’m really enjoying this one! Yee!
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Based on the short story The Weather in San Francisco by Richard Brautigan.
Life Drawing IV long pose.
Chalk pastels on toned paper.
Forgot to post the entirety of the Old Mother Hubbard comic!
The last page is a little shotty…since I lost the ability of the brush presets I had been using.
Digital with butcher paper texture.
From the line:
'She took a clean dish
to get him some tripe;
when she came back
he was smoking a pipe’
Book cover project for Ill Lit.
The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather.
Water color and ink on watercolor paper.
Lettering done digitally (because my hand lettering is NOT that awesome).
Watching SPN with the boyfriend
& he says [talking to Dean], “You know, you’d get there a lot faster if you didn’t have to stop for gas every 50 miles! I mean, yeah, your car is awesome, but for that sort of travel you should really drive a Prius or something!”
Me: “… …You did not just tell Dean Winchester to drive a Prius.”
Cute lil Voltaire.
Bargue drawing exercise. Literally the longest time I’m ever spent on a drawing. Ever. The most painful process of drawing everrr, but definitely an awesome exercise.
Lilah Horwitz (& her site)
Nick Olson (a photographer who made his own camera)
In case anyone was wondering about the artists who made this (& more about their story).
I'm big into salvage projects.
…my future goal is to build a tree house with as much free stuff as possible.
digital color study
I’m going to be doing the final in colored pencil on red paper.
Some of my classmates see this as a waste of time… haha
Just a digital study over an original ink scan. Workworkwork. And this may not even be my final composition. Haaa
Digital Lighting Study
for Illustrating Literature
The final will be in colored pencil on toned paper.
OR watercolor. We’ll see.
Is it ironic if you freeze to death in Life Drawing class?
Skull Studies in class
Vine charcoal on newsprint