The assignment was simple: show a setting in three different periods of time. Knowing I’m more of a character-driven artist than setting-based, I chose to cover a short period of time rather than decades or centuries.
This project had to be done digitally. I get a little lost sometimes when it comes to digital work — it lacks the common sense of traditional tools. The professor suggested using textures as a way to bridge the gap. Very clever! I had fun scanning in different papers and even canvas, but ended up settling on ink splatters.
But these are way too many words. Here’s the STUFF:
I’ve noticed a “violent bird” theme in my projects this semester. Entirely unplanned, believe it or not.
Happy Halloween, everyone!
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Wow! There is certainly a lot going on in the trilogy. Character driven artist indeed. Loved all the nests filled with eggs, especially the big one with the eyeball. You are such a great artist, keep up the good work. Love, G