Friday, April 17, 2015

Dimsum

A piece for 72 Meeting Street's theme of favorite food.  I love dimsum! Or just in general the ability to try a lot of different things without having to commit to a huge portion of it hehe.




Friday, March 20, 2015

Where the Wildflowers Grow

Another piece I made for the 72 Meeting Street blog, which is now on tumblr for easier following and updates!  I am still playing around with digital because as much as I love the textual qualities of traditional media sometimes it's easier to get something done faster in digital.  Practice practice practice..

Sketch & color study:

Final: 


I miss some of the looseness and values in the color study that got lost when adding texture in the final...  I'll get the hang of it eventually!

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Astroblast Backgrounds!

Finally one of the episodes of Astroblast I worked on was released!  Here are two backgrounds I made for planet Meetu.



Monday, February 16, 2015

Year of the Sheep!

Chinese New Year is this Thursday and it's the year of the sheep!  It's also the end of my benmingnian (year of the horse) so I am supposedly released from my year of bad luck and wearing of red to ward off bad luck (not that either happened).

Here are some sheep-themed postcards I made for my friends!




Friday, February 13, 2015

Happy Valentine's Day!


Another great alternative to number 3 is watching Princess Bride and swooning every time Westley says "As you wish."  I really want to try number 1 but alas I'm allergic to cats.  Anyone who gets the reference in number 2 gets an A+ in my book.

Another piece for the 72meetingst blog!  Had a lot of fun with this one and poking fun of myself.

Digital



Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Earliest Memory

One of the recent assignments for 72 Meeting Street was to depict your earliest memory.  I always think it's very fun to recount and hear other people's earliest memories.  It's a strange experience too as I'm never 100% sure whether I am remembering a dream or an actual memory.  It makes me wonder what I will remember in another 20 or so years.