Made using laser-cut paper and watercolor.
Experiments with color.
Biggest painting I’ve done. House paint and spray paint on chipboard. The two later pics are ones I took as I painted.
Disintegration animation project.
Frame-by-frame disintegration animation project.
Landscape study of Schenley Park.
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.
Emotional rollercoaster… (sorry for the pun)
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 2.
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,
Exaggerated self-portrait. Entirely digital. Still not entirely happy with it.
Caricatures of my classmates.
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.