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Category Archives: process work
I created a piece for a poem I really like called “Traveling Through the Dark” by William Stafford. It goes like this: Traveling through the Dark BY WILLIAM E. STAFFORD Traveling through the dark I found a deer dead on the … Continue reading
Today I got hooked on reading stories of missing persons. I find these stories extremely tragic because generally you already know the outcome, even if the authorities haven’t found any sign of the person yet. Also, most of the stories … Continue reading
I’m starting up creating daily art with my friends again. Right now just doing one hour studies. I feel out of practice in the observational study category. I feel like more should have come out of this in one hour. … Continue reading
I’m starting a new series of pieces to beef up my portfolio. When I was in school, we had something like a thesis in our junior and senior years. For mine, I did a series on illustrating poetry. I really … Continue reading
I’ve been working on a new piece–it’s inspired by a book I read a while back called The Reapers Are the Angels by Alden Bell. It’s about a young girl trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic America overcome by a zombie plague. … Continue reading
I wanted to create something a bit more fun for what may be one of my final pieces for portfolio class. I’m tackling the “Bells and Whistles” project from Plansponsor. I’m enjoying it so far–this is the underdrawing.