One of the first assignments I did for my illustration two class. we had to take all the watercolors we had and make a grid with them to see the color combos we could get. Well unlike everyone else in my class I have a set of like 24 colors so my grid toook forever. But I am lucky because although they are “cheap” watercolors, the quality is very good and my teacher Okay them for use so i didnt have to go and buy new ones for the class.
Image taken from my Instagram account: @Imavo
This is another assignment I did for one of my classes that I liked enough to come back to it a fix it up. I’ve gotten some good feed back on it, and part of me is pretty proud of it, but part of me is unsure. I’m thinking I might add a print of this to my etsy shop as well. Yey or nay?
this is an illustration I did from an image I took at the zoo, it is also the first half of a character design assignment that is due this week for my illustration two class. Its due Monday and I haven’t gotten to start it yet (aside from in class sketches) because I have to finish my Saturday homework first :(
this is one of the four assignments that are due this Saturday… yes, I do have Saturday class this semester, bite me. Anyway, the theme is Greek Myth. This one is sort of a stretch, but she is supposed to be one of those sirens things, the mermaid type thing. like she is the start of them, the emotionally damaged woman who dived into the water and through her pain became a monster! lol. Im talking outta my butt.
Its not finished, but to be honest i’m not sure what else to do to it yet.
This is what I labored over all of last night. It is an updated version of an assignment I did a few weeks ago. I liked it so much that I keep coming back to it to make changes and fix it up. I think its pretty close to being finished, if its not finished already. I think I might sell it as a print on my etsy shop, what do you think?
Analysis of form, a class I took my first semester of college, where we had four major homework assignments and these are three of them, all three i’m actually pretty proud of, which i would hope so since each picture took between 20-30 hours to complete.