Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Colored Scene of Choice

For this image, I colored a bunch of coloring pages and put them together to make a scene. This post was supposed to go after the Bird Coloring Page but I forget to post it.

Warhol-esque Digital Painting

This is an image of a cake I found on the internet.

 I took the image and put a Stamp filter on it four times, each time with different colors.

Georgia O'Keeffe-Inspired Digital Drawing

This is a picture of a rose I found off the internet.

 I traced the image above so I got the outlines of a rose. Then I filled the layer below the outlines entirely red. From there, I used a brush in a darker hue and lighter opacity to shade and make it look like a rose. Lastly, I used the Dodge and Burn tools to highlight and shadow the rose even more.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Digital Post-Impressionist Portrait

This is a portrait of myself I drew using an actual picture of myself as a reference. In Photoshop, I used a brush that created dot-like shapes, which I used to complete this image.

Digital Post-Impressionist Landscape

 This is landscape image.
I used the first image as a reference and created a dotted version of it using a different type of brush.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Digital Drawing of Choice

This is a digital drawing I drew on SketchbookPro. I blended different shades of blue and pink together and added a layer of black on top of the first layer. Then, I erased stars into the image and added some text on top.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Changed Logo Project

This is the In-N-Out logo.

I changed there logo in ArtRage by making all the parts of the logo stencils and positioning them in weird positions and coloring them in.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Informal Balance Project

This is my formal or informal balance project. I choose to do informal balance. In ArtRage, I colored the blank layer blue and pink. Then I made a stencil of a sunset scene and colored it black.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Street Wall Art

This is my Street Wall Art project. In ArtRage, I changed a bunch of pictures I found of the internet, made them into stencils, and painted them. Then, I added some captions and words.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Rhythm and Movement

For this project, I colored the background blue and choose a snowflake stencil and repeatedly filled in it. This project was done in ArtRage.

Rothko-esque Painting

This is a painting inspired by Mark Rothko. In ArtRage, I choose two colors and blended them together for the background and choose three colors and blended them together for the foreground.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Celebrity With Animal Name

These are pictures of a red fox and Megan Fox.

 For this project, I had to find a celebrity with an animal name and merge the celebrity's face with the animal of their name. I layered that fox face on top of Megan Fox's face and erased the parts of the face I didn't want. Then I put a picture frame on it and wrote her name. 

Monday, November 7, 2016

Scanned Felt Tip Drawing

 For this project I decided to draw Hak, Yona, and Soo-won from Yona of the Dawn. After I drew it, I scanned the drawing on to the computer.
In Photoshop, I colored the drawing and made it look like a photograph.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Nine Panel Comic Project

This is my Nine Panel Comic Project. I used the lyrics from the song "Acapella" by Karmin. I used this song because one of my friends is obsessed with this song and got it stuck in my head when I started this project. I found coloring pages off the internet, colored them, and added gradients to every single panel. Lastly, I added the song lyrics on the panels.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Bird Coloring Page Assignment

 This is an image of an Umbrella Bird I found online.
I took that image and added black feathers on it and colored in the beak and claw. Lastly, I added a blue gradient background.

Kaleidoscope Assignment

For this project, I found kaleidoscope coloring page online and colored it with the Paint Brush tool and Gradient layers. I finished the image by adding a pink gradient to the entire picture.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Where's Sophia? Project

This is an image I created inspired by the "Where's Waldo?" series. I found images off the internet and used the Magic Wand tool,  and the Lasso tool in Photoshop to make this picture. Try to see if you can find me dressed as Waldo.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Albrecht Dürer Assignment

 This a picture of a panda I found of the internet.
In Photoshop, I deprived the image of color and added a filter to make it look like a wood carving of a panda. Then I made the background look like wood.

Edward Gorey Assignment

This is a project I created inspired by Edward Gorey's The Gashlycrumb Tinies: A Very Gorey Alphabet Book. I used the Cookie Cutter tool in Photoshop to cut out shapes to create my picture. Then I add a gray pattern background.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Celebrity Coloring Book Page Jennifer Lawrence

 This is a picture of Jennifer Lawrence I found on the internet.

This is a cartooned version of her. I traced the picture above with a 3 pixel brush in Photoshop to create this coloring page-like document.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Cartoon Yourself Project

This is my cartooned version of myself. I traced my face with a 3 pixel brush on Photoshop, and then filled it in with the Paint Bucket tool.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Son of Man Project

 This is the original The Son of Man image by René Magritte.
This is The Son of Man image I created by tracing the original image with a 3 pixel brush and then coloring that by using the Paint Bucket tool in Photoshop. For the bottom of the person, I used the Smudge and Blur tools to make the bottom half wispy-looking.

Friday, September 16, 2016

The Scream Project

For this project, I traced The Scream and then fill it in with the Paint Bucket Tool. Then I took a picture of my face and placed it on top of the other face. Lastly, I blurred the outlines of my face and applied a filter to it to make it blend into the picture more.

Friday, September 9, 2016

Mona Lisa Project

For this project, I traced the Mona Lisa and used the Paint Bucket Tool in Photoshop to color it the colors I wanted. Then, I put her in a library.