Thursday, April 29, 2010

Cobra Starship Poster.

Finally got a little time to work on my Cobra Starship piece, since the final review is tomorrow and I wanted to have a finished product that had been edited from the original to show. So here they are, in all their glory- ended up doing two different versions with the main factor changed being the text placement. I think I prefer the first- more readable. Very pleased with the color scheme- it's way better then the one I had originally turned in.

Date used is an actual concert date- I recommend going to see them if you're interested in doing something in mid-May (if the tickets haven't sold out already..) and like alternative dance/punk pop.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

In-Class Gestures.

Looks like this will probably be my last set of 30-second gestures from Drawing From the Tablet. I can't believe how different and loose/relaxed they've become in comparison to my first posted ones here.

Thursday, April 22, 2010


Our final assignment for Drawing From the Tablet with Jose Villarrubia was to do, well, anything. I chose to do a mermaid (surprisingly, it was not influenced at all by my Illustration II assignment in any way shape or form. It still has issues, some of which I'll be working out when I have more time, but I'm happy to see that there is marked improvement in my work when compared to the first Drawing From The Tablet homework I did. I still have another mid-semester piece I will upload later once I give it it's much needed tweaks.

Cobra Starship Poster Linework.

Linework for my band poster design assignment. I ended up unhappy in how it ended up being colored- it really downplayed the linework- so I will be re-doing it at a later date.
We were asked to reference (but not strictly copy, of course) any bizzare older photo we could find online. I discovered this photographic treasure.

....On a side note, the scales took me an eternity.

Friday, April 9, 2010

In-Class Gestures.

Some more 30 second in-class gestures from this past Drawing from the Tablet class. Loved our male model- he kept doing handstands for us.