A 30 minute sketch of a wedge-tailed eagle I drew back in July. From my last post, it seems I have made some improvement after all (or at least I hope so ._. ), especially considering this took me less than half the time to draw (but I still need to learn how to be less of a perfectionist - and to stop caring about how much I suck >.<)
Another blast from the past. I drew this three years ago, for a school art project on the theme of animals - and of course I couldn’t help but draw my favourite animal. :D
I was looking up images of modern art for my report assignment and came across this little gem.
Epic Van Gogh cake is epic. C:
The first project given before the poster assignment - and the first project I was given of the semester. :D I’m not 100% happy with the result but I can’t say I’m not proud of what I achieved. One thing that really stands out to me as a mistake is the front cover which is obviously off-centre. :( But I still got 74% for this - I was hoping to do better but I’m glad to get an overall good mark all the same. :)
The CD cover is made for Sigur Ros - the design is intentionally simple (although a little boring orz) to reflect the band’s minimalist and often ambient style.
After creating our own venture idea, swapping our ideas with a partner and designing a logo for each other’s venture, we each started on a business card, letterhead and an application to say “hello” (all in the same project. XD)
Here is the business card I made for my partner’s venture: basically a living village aimed towards those with low to no income.
Soz about the quality of the pics in this slideshow (and the cheesy quote. ^^;)
Work produced for my graphic design course - One of our projects toward the end of the semester was to create three different posters, no smaller than A3, for whichever band/musician we choose. Sigur Ros was quite an obvious choice for me. :) This is probably the best poster out of the three I designed.
A painting (acrylics on canvas) I made for my last employer as a gift to say thank you. It’s actually of a water hole found in the Pilbara region which I’ve visited a couple of times now. It really is quite a sight - probably my favourite water hole in the Pilbara. The only thing is I wish I could see it when the waterfall runs so, as you can guess, this part of the painting was drawn from imagination. Oh well, as least it’ll be likely that I’ll get to see this again when I go home for the month soon. :D
Eventually, I wandered into the nearby park in search for some more potential Surface photos. Here - have some tree bark! :)
But wait - there’s more!