A brief look at what I’ve been working on. I have grown fascinated by science this semester and all my work has been based on figures and creating blue prints/ maps of how the human body was created.  This is just one piece
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Gouache, micro pens on watercolor paper. 


This was based on a quote but Lawrence Krauss that we are all stardust. The work is done with mixed media (gouache, ink, and assorted pens)

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Not really a final piece but this is a study of a figure for my project. Done with pencil and micron.


Studies done with gouache and ink on bristol

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        People go through life with numerous relationships and emotions. The human race is filled with reactions with each other, with their environment and with themselves among anything else. Relationships that are intimate, short lived or negative affects our emotions. We can express emotions of angry, sadness, love and happiness in every single encounter we make in life. This work is specifically targeting the emotions that humans have with their surroundings both negative and positive. Using color, clear, crisp lines, romantic and mechanical figures and design, I will create imagery of emotions and relationships with the influence of a future singularity influenced world and the consequences and the advantages of this theoretical world. Patterns, collage work will be used with color inks of all different forms (india ink to ball point), and gouache to create intense and eye capturing work.

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Done on watercolor paper with India pigment ink, micron and gouache.

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Done with Micron on vellum. 
Bored with Photobooth in class. Have about 15 mins left or so and thought I’d post something I feel good about :) Its still has some work to do but more to come


Exercise 2/3 in advance drawing 408 




I’ve been working on new stuff… Finally. Hope you like!

Final done with Micron pen, Prisma Color on recycled paper ( I think its mulberry too though I’m not sure

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Done with micron pen. 
This is a much better photograph of it. More to come working on stuff slowly but surely!