Stuff from my final 3D group project: Urban Candy. We worked in teams of 4 to create a basic game level environment with characters and buildings. I was lucky to work with the talented Andre Wee (who did the final world design to help unify the look), Stacy Lee (who worked on characters), and Zoe Bae, who worked on the environment objects (and building the second version of the game world) with me. Please excuse the poor lighting in some of these - I'm still working on that haha. We also didn't get to use the pro version of Unity so there are also no cast shadows in this world.
Screenshots of the color version of the world that I organized:
One of the last assignments for my contemporary illustration class! Chris Buzelli's wife SooJin Buzelli (of Plansponsor magazine) even came in to give us feedback, which is always a great (and surreal) experience.
Since this was the week of my senior show I decided to be ambitious and made two images. My body was not happy, but I'm glad that I got some good pieces out of it and found another way of working.
Bells and Whistles
Originally, he was surrounded by whistling belles (I was in a punny mood) and represented the perfect man....but I was advised to change the girls into animals instead haha.
Hot off the Press - tanning booth edition
Hot off the (Bench) press
Hot off the press - cat pizza delivery guy edition
(still not completely happy with color - will fix later)
Just for myself, I think I would like to bring all four into completion. I've been doing more color studies digitally, just for time's sake. The problem with that is mixing colors on the computer and mixing colors traditionally are two separate things...especially since colors look different depending on how the screen is tilted as well.
My senior show is next week on May 9th, and I will be showing my work alongside a bunch of super talented ladies. I collaborated with my friend Stephanie Vecellio on our group's poster. I did the art (which references things from everyone's work and little inside jokes) and Stephanie did the beautiful type.
Here are the process images and final design!
The cooking idea was the group favorite (we even changed the tentative title of our show for it).
If you're around the area, please join us for the opening reception from 6 - 8pm!