Silhouettes for concept class! This is the first time I’ve ever done silhouettes for a project; it helped me come up with designs I never would have otherwise. Cool stuff!
Here’s the cover and a few interior pages from the pitch packet I put together for Racket.
Five fully-colored pages of Racket! Aside from a few short experiments, this is the first time I’ve digitally colored one of my comics. I liked it; I’ll be doing more of it.
Here are a few photos of the screen printing project from the Mini-Comics class. The students chose “dessert” as the theme, so I designed the box to mimic a box of chocolates. Each mini features a different dessert.
Each student had to screen print the cover of their mini; that top cover is by Graham Overby.
Portrait of Norris Hall in Savannah, GA — home (for a few more months, anyway) of SCAD’s sequential art department. The building was originally a convent, and each classroom has fireplaces in them (or they did until bats & squirrels started getting in, so they had to board them up). Next year the sequential art students will be moving into a building a few blocks south, and sharing space with the illustration department.
The top photo is me with all the pages I did this term for Studio IV. The bottom photo is me toward the end of my very first SCAD term (the intensives!), last fall. I’ve gone through some changes, in art and in hair.
Here’s a goofy 1/8th-sized mini I made this term as part of the Crafternoon workshop.