for one of my classes we’re designing a 2012 typographic calendar on a topic of our choice. I did *~UNCAUGHT SERIAL KILLERS~* and most of my designs have been mediocre but I really like this one!!
so here you go, this is August. We’ll see if my professor likes it as much as me :s
we’re wrapping up our black and white, text-only calendars. Next up: redesigning them with color and image!
Here’s the first page I’ve done, which the professor actually likes (shocking)! She called it “memorable”, but I think I prefer “charming”.
the final for graphic design history was to design a manifesto cover for a made up design movement. My thought process was “lets draw something that looks deep.”
there are only 5 pages, but still!
This was my final for my web design class. I’d really like to learn more about jQuery and CSS rather than just plugging stuff into dreamweaver and hoping for the best.
this is what my final serial killer calendars look like! The big one is the black and white, and the one with the blood splatter is the color.
Coil bound with mat board front and back covers, covered with some sort of fake suede I got for $3/yard. It’s really soft and looks classy as a book cover, haha. The blood splatter is hand painted with red acrylic.
Maybe I’ll upload the interior pages at some point…?
had to copy old engravings of muscles for class, then label specific parts. Done in charcoal and pen for the labels
and here is his butt
We spent most of Type II last semester working on these recipe books. We were given all the text (title+author and stuff, intro, and 6 recipes of varying length and layout), and had to develop a system that could work for every page.
I spiral bound mine so you could stand it up and read from it while cooking.
Ugh I’ll need to take better photos before I put it on my website (I think its just time for a new camera to be honest), but in the mean time here it is. That blue is my favorite color u_u
For Drawing II we went to the Walter’s Art Museum and had to draw a piece of our choice and add a twist. I turned an Anubis statuette into a business man (surprise surprise).
Done with charcoal
this was a sketchbook assignment, basically find a poem you connect with, write it in your sketchbook, and draw.
It’s a bit of a redo of an old piece buried in my dA gallery, but I like it. I don’t think I’ve ever drawn a two page spread before, I only like using the front sides of my sketchbook pages.