Artworks
Artworks
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Made using laser-cut paper and watercolor.
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Experiments with color.
Experiments with color.
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Biggest painting I’ve done. House paint and spray paint on chipboard. The two later pics are ones I took as I painted.
Biggest painting I’ve done. House paint and spray paint on chipboard. The two later pics are ones I took as I painted.
Biggest painting I’ve done. House paint and spray paint on chipboard. The two later pics are ones I took as I painted.
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Disintegration animation project.
Disintegration animation project.
Disintegration animation project.
Disintegration animation project.
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Landscape study of Schenley Park.
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Assignment: copy a piece by a master of color. I copied Van Gogh’s sunflowers, tweaked the image to include a pill bottle and pills. This was inspired in part by the Doctor Who episode Vincent.
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Emotional rollercoaster… (sorry for the pun)
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Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 1. (Hint: look for faces).
Backstory/process: Took portraits of people and generated kaleidescopic images from those portraits. Used illustrator to vectorize the portraits and played with thresholds until the images turned into snowflake-like patterns.
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Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 2.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 2.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 2.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 2.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 2.
Everyone’s a snowflake: Part 2.
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Digital experiments. 
Digital experiments. 
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All parents damage their children. It cannot be helped.
Youth, like pristine glass, absorbs the prints of its handlers.
Some parents smudge, others crack,
a few shatter childhoods completely into jagged little pieces,
beyond repair.
All parents damage their children. It cannot be helped.
Youth, like pristine glass, absorbs the prints of its handlers.
Some parents smudge, others crack,
a few shatter childhoods completely into jagged little pieces,
beyond repair.
All parents damage their children. It cannot be helped.
Youth, like pristine glass, absorbs the prints of its handlers.
Some parents smudge, others crack,
a few shatter childhoods completely into jagged little pieces,
beyond repair.
All parents damage their children. It cannot be helped.
Youth, like pristine glass, absorbs the prints of its handlers.
Some parents smudge, others crack,
a few shatter childhoods completely into jagged little pieces,
beyond repair.
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Exaggerated self-portrait. Entirely digital. Still not entirely happy with it.
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Caricatures of my classmates.
Caricatures of my classmates.
Caricatures of my classmates.
Caricatures of my classmates.
Caricatures of my classmates.
Caricatures of my classmates.
Caricatures of my classmates.
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My twist on a skull study assignment for a drawing class. Initially I had just drawn the skull, but then I needed to add a background and I was feeling mischievous.
I used charcoal and oil pastel on the final one, but the variations with different colors were done using Photoshop.
My twist on a skull study assignment for a drawing class. Initially I had just drawn the skull, but then I needed to add a background and I was feeling mischievous.
I used charcoal and oil pastel on the final one, but the variations with different colors were done using Photoshop.
My twist on a skull study assignment for a drawing class. Initially I had just drawn the skull, but then I needed to add a background and I was feeling mischievous.
I used charcoal and oil pastel on the final one, but the variations with different colors were done using Photoshop.
My twist on a skull study assignment for a drawing class. Initially I had just drawn the skull, but then I needed to add a background and I was feeling mischievous.
I used charcoal and oil pastel on the final one, but the variations with different colors were done using Photoshop.
My twist on a skull study assignment for a drawing class. Initially I had just drawn the skull, but then I needed to add a background and I was feeling mischievous.
I used charcoal and oil pastel on the final one, but the variations with different colors were done using Photoshop.
My twist on a skull study assignment for a drawing class. Initially I had just drawn the skull, but then I needed to add a background and I was feeling mischievous.
I used charcoal and oil pastel on the final one, but the variations with different colors were done using Photoshop.