Friday, January 1, 2010

Art Summary 2009

This is a meme that's been floating around teh interwebs.
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HOORAY.




MEME BLANK HERE.

Now that I look at this... it's like: consistency? direction? What's that?
Do I have any idea what I'm doing? Gouache landscapes, acrylic comics, ink and paint cards, digital poop, what am I trying to do here?

And let's just say that January feels like two years ago.
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Winter Semester
JAN: Schoolwork; experimenting with acrylic paint and comics.
FEB: Schoolwork; more acrylic comics.
MAR: Schoolwork; ink and gouache, experimented with paper size/format.
APR: Schoolwork; Flash drawn comic written by my friend Will Strong.

Art Block Tiems! 8D
MAY: The start of the stuff I did because I wanted to do it. Birthday card for my sister, acrylic ink and gouache.
JUN: Just about the only thing I did in June - little gouache landscape.
JUL: Airdramon Costume for SanDiego Comic Con. Worked on this all summer, but the biggest push was during July. Photo credit goes to Kobb. C: http://kobb.deviantart.com/
AUG: Started getting comfortable drawing in Tegaki-E, and started to nail down how I draw Gladys.

Fall Semester (and continuation of Art Block BAW)
SEP: BEEEEEE! Schoolwork; but still one of my favorite things I've done. I lost my studio space so I did all my assignments digitally Fall Semester.
OCT: Schoolwork; not my favorite, but I still had fun with it. LOOK! COLOR! :O
NOV: Schoolwork; Tessaaaaa - had fun character designing, but the painting has lighting problems.
DEC: Schoolwork; THAT BACKGROUND IS TOTALLY NOT A PHOTO... OK it is. :C Despite the problems, there's still a lot I like about it.

That's all folks!
To another year!

2 comments:

Will Strong said...

Not consistent? Are you nuts? Maybe the materials and media are different but these are all definitely all done by the same artist. And a good artist at that.

Your design sense is very unique. And strong.

Cami Thornock said...

Amen, sister! Last January DOES feel like two years ago!!! But good work! I love it! And yes, I agree with Will, I see a consistency in style too, even if you are experimenting with medium!