Friday, January 7, 2011

Website update

More tweeking with CSS, added some sugary substance to it :)

Saturday, December 18, 2010


I've recently gotten into HTML and CSS. I decided to take some classes outside my major, which I regret not doing earlier. I've emerged from the art building on campus in order to dive into the completely different terrain called the computer science building. It's not really called that but I'm an art student and don't know any better!

My Portfolio Website (major W.I.P)

My Class Website (Also Major W.I.P)

Trying to implement this kind of layout over break:

I'll see what I can produce. I can't wait to make little icons and graphics :)

Thursday, November 11, 2010


This is one of the two final projects I had for my glass class. This one took place in the Flameshop as was suppose to be a self portrait. Anyone who knows me and knows me well knows that my two favorite things are colors and cocktails (specifically how colorful the cocktails are). I also love cake, candy and everything else that begins with a C. I guess it was only natural this was all that had been on my mind through this entire class.

I decided to take them to the Med Ill studio and photograph them with a friend. I'm by no means a photographer which I'm sure this shows. In any case I had a lot of fun taking these photos. This is the first time I think I used something other than my Cell Phone of dinky camera from 2K.

Everything in these photos is glass aside from the 'cocktail' water, mat and cloth.
Everything is also very VERY tiny.

500 burns and scars later...

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Bones, bones, bones. I used this assignment to practice my hands for the most part. I took a dive at the book 'Dynamic Hands' by Hogarth just for fun. I really dislike the style he uses on his hands but damn, he's good. Some of the poses may be familiar from that book. I'm trying to figure out my shapes a little better since I was beginning to lose that over the summer. Also got to sketch out a baby's skull (which the med ill studio here actually has) and a jaw. Oh.. and a knee. I drew it because I especially HATE the human knee.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Sketchbook 1: More Cats

The first assignment was to draw 5 pages of something you liked in the medium you enjoyed working in. I meant to draw cupcakes but ended up drawing cats and then ocelots. I did a lot of these from reference and then attempted to use what I learned and draw from my head. I'm a little happy with some of these and terrified of others. I think I'm going to like this class though. Truth be told I have never ever kept a sketchbook (I know, I'm a horrible practicing illustrator). I'm very, VERY not use to traditional work. I'm having fun though!