Thursday, September 24, 2009


[NOTE: Full pixels are really huge because these are ready to print]
Another big 2D project. This is my favorite class this semester because we do the most work in it.
I probably shoulda/coulda/woulda spent more time on this, but I wanted to plow through and get a lot done today, so here it is. Step 1 of the assignment was to gather photos on a certain theme from a short list of potential objects given to us (I chose toys which I developed more specifically into Barbies). Step 2 was to trace the objects and scan the 3 best tracings into the computer. Step 4 was to trace those tracings in Illustrator.
Then, the final step was to create 4 images using those tracings based on four words given to us in class, which went thus:
Image 1: Tension
Image 2: Isolation
Image 3: Force
Image 4: Distraction

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Remember when I used to do this more?

Here's a link to an illustrator I've been liking lately:


Another oversized image....
For my Media I class. The assignment was to show a change over time for the all school Space-Time project.
And Jackie is just a little pretty. JUST A LITTLE.
Actual print size: 11x17"

Monday, September 14, 2009

Collage for 2D

2nd to last one for 2D: a collage on a photo from my documenting process of the discolored walls.

Stencils 'n Stuff

Another part of my 2D project. This one's a series of stenciled-on spray paint designs based on some of the distinct shapes I saw in the discolorations... so. Yeah.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Another one for 2D

This painting is 2x3', on cardboard. I hate the way it looks in a photo simply because the photo cannot capture how much I love the way it is in real life.
Based on a texture I found on a decayed wall; just like all of this work.

Thursday, September 10, 2009


Another one for my 2D class project on wall decay...
Actual print on 13x19" paper--- but with a lot of white border, keep in mind...

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

And the booklet itself

The pictures are all 5x5", held together with copper wire.
Sorry these pictures are so huge--- I had to keep them big for class.

I'm getting lazy about documenting my work... ):

For my Foundation 2D class.
Our assignment is to create 6-8 finished works documenting one aspect of "Eat Street" using at least 3 different mediums. I chose to sneak back behind buildings, parking lots, et cetera and photographed decayed/discolored walls... So be expecting a lot of upcoming work on this subject.
These are the photos that I used for a photo booklet; coming up next, an image of the actual booklet that is almost impossible to appreciate...