Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Letter Y

I changed the letter Y for the alphabet poster
not the final version of course

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

dino dude

so... windows screen capture is really poor quality compared to macs.. or maybe it looks bad on my screen. (at my internship, I use a PC)
but here it is in any case, a new project I'm working on:

not much change, just darker color, and fixed some spikes.

Monday, April 26, 2010

letter x

got the last letter finished for the alphabet poster

x is for x-ray fish

Sunday, April 25, 2010

ABC animal book

a sneak peek of the Letter E for my ABC Animal Poster

stage 1 preview:

stage 2:

stage 3:

i'm trying to decide if I should make it into a poster or large postcards...

the next step will be to finesse the illustrations, finalize the colors, fix the awkward spaces and add other necessary type.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Pratt Campus

digital painting class last year. assignment was to paint a landscape that was located at the pratt campus

Friday, April 16, 2010

Fashion forward

So if you look at all the women/girl apparel stores, you'll notice a lot of fashion illustration faces, bows, and sort of the whimsical gal. Well so is Sears.
So here are some illustrations I've been working on that can be used as patterns are just straight graphic on a shirt.

Lollipop Guild

little character sketches:

Inspired into:

final version:



hahaha a little fun thing:

Feather Peek-a-boo

Brief preview of the peacock:

So this is a final vector preview I worked on recently:

sketches and other tries:

this is a scan of a bunch of scrap vellum. I just loved the colors and it inspired the little birdy:

owl obsessive

so I'm just a little obsessed... just a little with owls :)
they somehow end up everywhere

owl vectors I'm working on

Lil' Red Fox

Final + Process

Adobe Illustrator cs2 (what sears uses................ still)

Sketches involved:

Brooklyn Botanical Garden

I went the brooklyn botanical garden 2 weeks ago. It was GORGEOUS! I've gone every year since I was a freshman at Pratt (it's free for us and our guests so I take full advantage of that!) The walk there alone is really diverse and at points can be quite gorgeous, even the peeled paint on the side of the building is quite nice just because of the character.

Here are some photos I took from the Garden:

(I love that they put the name of the plants)

Sketches inspired from the lovely trip.

Vector patterns: