My own freehand calligraphy based on the famous line in ‘Matilda’, “You can do it Bruce!”.
I am still teaching myself Adobe Photoshop, and with the release of ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ approaching I decided to design something based on the franchise. By using basic shapes and block colours I recreated the characters BB8 and R2D2 on the planet Jakku.
A spontaneous honeycomb facepaint that I did on myself.
Trial and error-ing Halloween make-up.
This is my own design and edit that I created on photoshop using three of my own photographs of autumn.
This is my third attempt at SFX makeup. I recreated the look of Pennywise the clown from the film ‘IT’ (2017).
Here is my first ever attempt at SFX makeup. I take a keen interest in it so I am going to teach myself. This is referred to as a ‘chelsea smile’.
Here is my first ever attempt facepaint/bodypaint/makeup. I was going for an alien-esque look. Though it could be classed as Sully from Monsters Inc. I am really interested in learning more about this skill so am teaching myself techniques.
This is the pumpkin I carved for Halloween 2016. I tried to replicate the character ‘Twisty’ from ‘American Horror Story: Freakshow’.
This was a piece I did whilst playing with quick illustration, typography, and composition. It’s a piece based on the quotes from the television show ‘Impractical Jokers’.
Thumb painting/printing! I was doing some thumb printing for another project and decided to explore into it. I painted an image directly on my thumb (e.g. a landscape, flowers etc.) and then carefully pressed it onto paper three different times to see how it looked each time a layer of paint came off.
This is from mixing pva glue, shaving foam, and acrylic paint. It created a colourful paste which I could paint onto paper in whatever shape or form I wanted to. I went for an atmospheric background.
This was the third piece I did for a Pencil VS Camera project. It was inspired by the artist Ben Heine. It is of my neighbours house which I have then put a dragon overhead burning it down.
This was the first piece I did for a Pencil VS Camera project. It was inspired by the artist Ben Heine. I decided to choose my shower which I stained with blue hair dye, and turned it into a nursery where the hair dye leads off from paint that has been spilled.
This was the second piece I did for a Pencil VS Camera project. It was inspired by the artist Ben Heine. It is of the steps in my garden which I have then turned into a sad image of a bird that can’t reach their mother and sibling.
This technique was achieved by spreading PVA glue onto a piece of paper. I then sprinkled sugar over it, then once dry painted watercolours over it.
This is a tray of water, spirits, and inks that have blended together.
Here is a drawing done with chalk pastels.
Here are some drawings using promarkers for the first time.
Here is an unfinished life drawing.
In my Foundation Art & Design. We each had to bring in a dead fish to draw. We had to make a 3D collage fish. I used cardboard as my base, covered it with newspaper, and then painted on top to make it look like the fish in front of me.
In my Foundation Art & Design we each had an apple in front of us. The aim was to draw this apple using different techniques. This was my pointillism technique apple.
In my Foundation Art & Design. We each had to bring in a dead fish to draw. I put together a collage fish using pieces of cardboard, and then ink printed them under a roller. This was the outcome.
This was from my Foundation Art & Design. It is of a life model and is done in black chalk pastel.
In my Foundation Art & Design. We each had to bring in a dead fish to draw. The first task was to quickly draw the fish in five minutes using different mediums.
This is a drawing of a house key.
Here are quick sketches of a life model. The aim of this task was to explore different materials and get the basic figure down as quick as possible.
This was from my Foundation Art & Design. It was a five minute blindfolded drawing challenge, which we then had to go over with shoe polish to add shading.
This was from my Foundation Art & Design. It’s of a life model and was a quick five minute task. Each person had one minute to add whatever they wanted to the drawing in any medium. Once the minute was over, it would then rotate onto the next person. This was the outcome.
My theme for Visual Studies is ‘Procession’. A definition of ‘Procession’ is a big group moving forward. This piece I made defines the procession within the LGBT community. I have collaged the background to make their flag out of coloured paper, and then illustrated the world and coloured it with pencils. This piece is to symbolise the LGBT community moving forward in the world with laws and acceptance.
Here is a drawing of a cats face.
This was the aftermath of the water, spirits, and inks on paper.