Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Quote of Yesterday


An etching I did on clear acetate (A4 size) then printed it using India black ink that I thickened slightly with normal acrylic black paint

My attempt at dot painting

My attempt at aboriginal style dot painting. Takes a LONG time!! but looks good when you're done. Worked on it on/off for about a month and finished in May 2008 and gave it to my dad for a birthday present. He liked it! (100mm x 120mm)

Sunday, June 13, 2010

My Year 12 Visual Communication piece

This is my piece that I did for my year 12 VCE Visual Communication assignment (semester2). I created an idea for a game board then designed and created all aspects of the game, including the board, character pieces, the box, the puzzles and the boxes for them (part of the game) and the instruction booklet explaining how to play my new game

Happy Gone Lucky

My portfolio is me, everything I am and it's everything I'm not. My weaknesses and my strengths, my self-confidence and self-esteem. My past, present and most definitely my future. My portfolio is where I'm going, where I've been, places I shouldn't have been, gone or shouldn't go and everywhere in between. It's everything and yet just a book. It's my inspiration, my generation and it's never finished, never done, always a work in progress. It's everything I've ever seen, heard, touched, smelled, sensed and believed, and my worst fears and all my hopes at the same time. It's my beginning of the beginning and the end of an era and so much more then a phrase. It's my portfolio and describing it is describing me.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Kinokuniya Prize Entry

Entry for the NSW Kinokuniya Digital Illustration and Art Prize. I did it all in Photoshop CS4. The girl and the balloons I drew and scanned in