Just want to throw up some more stuff I did for school. BLEH!
The Osheaga poster was for Typography class. We had to design a wood-type (or wood-type-ish in my case) poster around an existing festival . One of the last things I did with my buds back home was go to Montreal and did the whole Osheaga 2012 thing. With out getting too much into it, let’s just say it was pretty f*%$ing awesome! If you’ve been to Osheaga 2012 let me know in the comments! I’d like to hear about your experience.
Typography’s second assignment. I made a few rough drafts of potential title headers. Just playing around with words and placement. Which one do you like? Got any suggestions?
Hey look, I drew some tomatoes, and here they are :D
With more and more projects piling on, it get’s harder to find time to sit down for a few hours and just draw. Of course this is really just an excuse, I’ve played my fair share of hours in Minecraft and Mass Effect 3’s multi-player to have four portfolios completed over the last few months. A friend wants me to do his story boards for his film, starting school again in August, and seeing friends of new and old surpass me in ability and passion was more than enough to motivate me to get back into it.
I was going through some of my old images and found my old “art”, I figured I’d share it since I’ve yet to do it on here. Most of these images were done while I was attending the Art Institute in British Columbia. Some of it is incomplete and now forever lost. While I was moving back home there were missing items… mainly, all my work.
My printer scanner is working perfectly, too bad the cords for the damn this is missing. Here’s a progress shot of a little diddy I did. Sorry for the quality, I’m still too lazy to install photoshop (the real reason why I’m drawing “old school”) and all I got left to share this with you folks is a phone cam. Oh well, if life gives you lemons, murder a nun.