Having winter break to relax and step away from my college courses, I decided to go back to drawing and portraiture. I have always done portraits in pencil, so I decided to change my medium and work with pen. I didn't know how to create values or texture through pen, but then the more I … Continue reading Pen Portrait
This is the second painting to my Contemporary Portraiture series. I have been interested in painting older people, recently, because of the details in their face and the multitude of texture and linear quality. I attempted to paint the portraiture in an impressionist style, but still somewhat realistic. It is interesting how every layer of … Continue reading Contemporary Portraiture pt.2
Considering my major is graphic design, I decided to create my own logo that represents my creative career. It is simple, yet eye-catching, so that the viewer is drawn in and easily remembers the print. The contrasting of colors allow the letters to pop. The layering of darker and lighter colors creates and inviting style … Continue reading Personal Logo
I decided to devote part of the summer to become more familiar with painting, instead of drawing. This portrait is proof of the type of experimentation I have been creating. It is a portrait of an old man, but done in a impressionistic style and in a style that gives the portrait no sense of … Continue reading Contemporary Portraiture
This poster is an example of a mock logo created for a big company. I create fake logos for companies to practice my skills in Graphic Design. This logo, by using universal images, is for the motorcycle company Triumph. In particular it is an advertisement for the newest 2016 Street Twin Motorcycle. It represents my … Continue reading Logo Practice
In order to obtain my drawing techniques and skills I occasionally draw a portrait from an interesting angle or style. The media used in this portrait is just graphite and occasional use of a blending stump to create texture.
Kinesthetic Empathy occurs when a visual experience actually stimulates one of our senses. I drew a photographed image ,that represents that term, on translucent duralar paper to really reveal every detail of this emotion. Surprising what one colored pencil can create.