I've got several projects going on right now; here is one I'm currently working on for the Dinosaur Show a few of my former classmates are putting on. I'll post some more works in progress in the coming days.
More studies I've done - this time of things from Africa that my Dad brought me versus technology from today. I still remember George repeatedly rubbing the fabric in the final color painting - that was better to me than anything said. :)
Some watercolor paintings I did a few months back but never got around to posting because they were far too difficult to piece together after scanning. (Thank you Erik & CS5!)
Anyway, these were locations studies I did on campus in front of the McIntosh building at different times of the day - starting with a black and white study, then morning, afternoon, and evening. I'm most pleased with the morning and especially evening study.
Some spreads I did for my sequential project, about a goose who gets too fat and cannot fly any more. Most of it was done on the computer save for the textures, which I painted and scanned into the computer.
We just recently had our big senior BFA show which is where I showed this piece for the first time. Another piece for my story for children, this shows Grubby and Mant looking down the tree where they live, ready to make their long trek....to live in another tree.
The BFA show, by the way, was a huge success and a ton of fun. I am very proud to have showcased my work with almost 50 other artists, each one bringing something different to the table. We had people with films, shadowboxes, lamps, even ouija boards. What an experience.
Some character designs I did over this last semester. This is a story about two friends who decide to move from one tree to another because the frogs croak too loud at night. It's a fun adventure story aimed at children. More on this concept to come. :)