Hey everybody! Great to see you. You're looking lovely and talented.
Anyway! I did some stuff this week and have a bunch of stuff yet to do this weekend. I can't imagine I'm going to be doing much sleeping, that's for sure. Plus, the new Smash Bros comes out this weekend, and that's more or less the end of my life. I meant to work all day today, but ended up going to the Vinylmore show at Atomic Pop instead. Oh well.
So, in Fashion Illustration, we were given a photo of a person in the class and found existing clothes that seemed to embody their style. I got the lovely and talented Megan Russell, who I decided would dance around an art gallery in pretty dresses! This doesn't really look like Megan (aside from the shiny red hair), but it's not supposed to! Don't worry.
I would've liked this to be better, but it was kind of a weird assignment and a weird night. Next time will be better, ok? Pencil and digital (with tortoises!)
I mentioned in the last post (I think) that we were doing animal/human hybrids in Fantasy Art, so here he is! He's a wooly rhinoceros, which are adorable. He's also a giant man, which are less adorable but still hilarious.
The print out of this is pretty gray, and there's a couple things I know I'm going to change, so it'll be reposted in a few weeks when I get some time. I'm going to do the cave drawings in charcoal and scan 'em on in, and I might add a little cluster of cavemen with spears behind one of the rocks. Who knows? Not me. This is pencil and digital.
This next one was for an operatic performance of "The Yellow Wallpaper," by Charlotte Perkins Gilman which is about a crazy woman and postpartum depression, but also about some weird yellow wallpaper and maybe ghosts? I don't know. It's complicated.
I wanted to do something different for this one, so I tried out Acrylic and some other stuff? There's some walnut ink and some watercolor and some gouache, but I'd say it's an acrylic painting. It's also the second one I've ever done! The first one was awful, and this one is not so awful. Hannah Ahn did a pretty cool acrylic demo in our Fashion class, and I think that helped. I think it's ok, but maybe it's not. Please don't break my heart.
I've been super lazy today and have the rest of my weekend booked, so only a short post today. A couple things next week, though, no jokes.