Friday, April 19, 2013
Friday, October 21, 2011
- Stippling: a pattern created by shading small dots.
- 8 hours or so using prismacolor markers in different greys/black.
I desaturated her color photo, I thought she looked like a piece of timeless art.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
- Straight, diagonal, and curved lines combined.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
- Cut from a 3" square black construction paper.
Main idea was to create a sense of order.
- Cut from 2 Sq's in the size of 4" from black & grey construction paper.
The little line designs was made from punching it out with a pattern notcher.
Main visual idea was overlapping curved lines.
Black is the dominant value in which it first leads the eye around the design and the grey comes along later.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
For my Art class this semester, my professor gave samples of Aubrey Beardsley's artwork. We were suppose to use the same technique and inspiration of his drawings to create our own.
This is my inspiration of Beardsley's work combined with fashion design. I basically just made up patterns and stuff as I went along. I first drew it in pencil and then color in the black with ink from Micro-pens (different sizes 0.30, 0.50, 0.80mm).
Aubrey Beardsley's work is verrry odd, with a little whimsical here and there. If you google some of his work, you might experience some erotic stuff. However, I love his most famous works which mostly consist of Japanese woodcuts (his inspirations).
The story of my Art piece: Man dies. Mother Nature uses man's sperm to create lives (hence little embryos in ice-cream cone). Her tears are water to the fish wrap around her like a dress, in which a flower is grown to shoot little pellets of love to the little lives up from above.
Dress style is inspired from Marchesa's Spring 2011 line.
Pretty vivid right?
Well, so was Aubrey Beardsley.
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Dibs. First post.
Fashion Show at my college! I had my friend Anna model my design I had in the fashion show.
I made this dress out of a shades of blue, floral print fabric. One side is silky and dull, while the right side is sharp and non-silky. I wanted to use the advantage of displaying both sides. You can kind of tell that the back is longer. The skirt is bubblious.
I love how it fits and looks gorgeous on her! She absolutely loved it. It took me about three weeks to make it.
I wanted to define something fun, sexy but it holds a secret and that's why you are drawn to it.