Monthly Archives: February 2017
Anton Kinney is a 23-year-old man who spent most of his life growing up in a dark and isolated location; shut out from the light that most others are exposed to. At a young age, his limited exposure to social … Continue reading
Who is my hero? That is honestly a tough question to answer. So many people have influenced me and have done so much for me it’s hard to decide. I feel normally one would say that their parents are their … Continue reading
(Video located here) Structure and flow are related to my marionette because due to the single line of linking cubes that make up the marionette’s entirety, the eye is naturally drawn to the lengthy body; flowing from one end to … Continue reading
I made an update with feathered edges to remove some of the blockiness of the layer mask and also increased the visibility of the white background.
Right off the bat I instantly fell in love with the visuals of this article. From the use of basic shapes to create shading, to the assortment of color to create contrast in specified region, the pieces in their entirety … Continue reading
For the colored caricature I added basic colors to the first few layers; most notably the skin tone. I then colored with darker shades to create depth in the various creases such as the jaw and forehead. I emphasized my … Continue reading
Photo of a chandelier at my middle school taken into Illustrator for image tracing and then applied extrude filter in Photoshop.