Space & Form

The 3-D spectrum has never been a strength of mine.  With the guidance of my professor I began a sketch that ended looking eerily similar to a metropolis.  The choice of color provided ample contrast to illustrate these dimensions, while the background left the feeling of open space, sky.  Although we were given a option at attempting this assignment digitally, I tried my hand with colored pencils. Old faithful, CMY. I ended up calling this "The Suspended City".
The 3-D spectrum has never been a strength of mine. With the guidance of my professor I began a sketch that ended looking eerily similar to a metropolis. The choice of color was intended to provide ample contrast to illustrate these dimensions, while the background was left with the feeling of open space, sky even. Although we were given a option at attempting this assignment digitally, I tried my hand with colored pencils. Old faithful, CMY. I ended up with this, playfully called, “The Suspended City”.

Letter Design

In an effort to channel our creative juices, we were instructed to a select a letter that has no correlation to our name.  After choosing a suitor (I opted for 'K') we were given a canvas  of six individual boxes to create, contort, and construal our vision for the characteristics that make our chosen letter unique.  This is my first attempt at a digital submission of an assignment. Above, you will see elements such as complimentary color, scale, value, and gradation.
In an effort to channel our creative juices, we were instructed to a select a letter that has no correlation to our name. After choosing a suitor (I opted for ‘K’) we were given a canvas of six individual boxes to create, contort, and construal our vision for the characteristics that make our chosen letter unique. This is my first attempt at a digital submission of an assignment. Above, you will see elements such as complimentary color, scale, value, and gradation.

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