Another sketchbook picture. Part of an ongoing series.
Small paintings from life. The assignment was to “paint a rock, 5 X 5 inches, and make it IMPORTANT.”
I made a lot of shapes for my AMAZING math class, taught by Prof. Thomas Banchoff.
Cutting styrofoam shapes was extremely helpful in visualizing many of the ideas we’re learning about, like how you can fit a tetrahedron inside of a cube and have the vertices overlap.
Brainstorming and finished illustration for potential children’s book idea, done for my Picture and Word class and inspired by my Exploring the Fourth Dimension class.
Sharpie, watercolor, and gouache on gessoed illustration board. Transparent as opposed to opaque process.
Sketchbook pages for my story about Cyl and Strel, the best of friends who color the world together.
The brick-scenes are drawn from life in my beloved and under-construction illustration building.