Saturday, November 21, 2009

Fourth Term!

So it's been a year since I've been in Cali. And I'm done with foundation. Now to learn all those wonderful Entertainment Art skillz!! Hoooorah!!

Alaskan Amazon Wooooman I redid from my drawing class.

A drawing
I did for class about a chubby little girl who wants to be a super-hero.

Here's me redoing it, to make it more round.

I did this for fun, to practice my Character Design and volume.

Another drawing I did for myself to practice drawing the figure.

Storyboards for a story I'm writing (that I first thought up when I was 13 after I saw Spirited away). The Rocking horse ends up throwing the girls younger brother through the wall into another world.

Fun drawings I did to help me visualize my story and characters.

Drawings I did to help me design the 5 year old brother from my Rocking Horse story.

3rd Term

Third term was a challenging one. I still have to upload some artwork form my painting class.

Art Center 2nd Term

I'll start with my oil painting class.

She can see into your soul.

Now for Drawing Concepts 1. A class about learning about other artist and their style.
These are a series I had to do for the class.


Brad Holland

Charles Gibson

Claire Wendling. My favorite.

Henry Darger in class piece.

Final. Love. (Another grandma piece)

Final. Love/Hate.

College 1st Term 08

Some evidence of me moving out to Cali to follow some dreams.... I mean, Here's some foundation Art Center work.

An acrylic painting of my lovely grandma and cousin for my Design 1 class.

High School Skecthbook

Here's just some prime pickin's from my crazy senior sketchbook.


Dino love

High School Art Stuff

So I'm starting my blog with my High School Art Work..... I really got into printmaking and sketchbooking.


drypoint on plexiglass titled HazyDreams

This is a four print series I did on the different stages of repressed women in society. The first one in the archetype, Bone Woman, the original wild loving ancient spirit of woman.

Here she is wild and content.

This one, my favorite, she is now clothed, conforming, but still wild.

Here she has conformed to societies standards and is repressed emotionally and sexually. The walls around her confiding, cracked and empty.


This zinc etching was about an ancient South American belief that all the vegetables came from a woman who dies giving birth to two twin boys.

This is a drawing about Folklore and the tradition of storytelling.

A sculpture of a fOXY Lady

A drawing about different cultures.

A piece about Relligion

..uhhh....It was just fun to draw.....

A piece I did for the NAACP ACT-SO Competition back in 2007 3ft x 5 ft. It was about how we are all one. We all look alike, though we come from different backgrounds.

An etching about answering the call of the wild.

My final and favorite senior print.