Monthly Archives: May 2016

Intro to 3D Animation Self Portrait

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Intro to 3D Design Final

This piece, a ceramic “bouquet” of flowers, was arranged in an approximately three to four foot wide circle and demonstrated scale change. As one works towards the center the flowers become taller and have larger petals. They are made of … Continue reading

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Bone Study

Cathedral, Ink, 17″ x 22″, 2016 When one looks at the human rib cage, one might be able to see how the ribs form structural braces and arches to protect the internal organs, and be able to liken these structures … Continue reading

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Comic Project

  Annunciation, Watercolors, Ink, and Graphite, 17″ x 22″, 2016 Paint layer Preliminary Drawing The inspiration for this piece is the origin of the Christian faith, from the perspective of Jesus’ mother, Mary. I have always been intrigued by applying … Continue reading

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Clay Project

Clay Raven, clay and wire, 2016 With Feathers With this project I wanted to depict a bird, because they have an interesting, almost reptilian bone structure from having descended from dinosaurs. I chose to make specifically a raven because they … Continue reading

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Self Portrait

Self Portrait, 22″ x 30″, charcoal and watercolor on Strathmore     In this self-portrait I wanted to push the medium of charcoal by having it interact with color, specifically watercolor. Ultimately using the very high contrast between the darkness … Continue reading

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