Monthly Archives: November 2010

Beginning of Silkscreen Yearbook Photos

I started screen-printing some of the yearbook photos so that I can paint on them. These are bigger than the earlier ones that I just printed from a computer. I’ve already painted on one of these prints. The other two … Continue reading

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ROLLERSLIZZ!!!!!

This is a logo I have designed for a TV show my buddies back home in Austin, TX are creating. I don’t wanna give anything away, but I have a feeling the show is gonna be big. I gave them … Continue reading

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Happy Man, Sad Man

More gouache on printed out yearbook photos . . . “Happy Man” “Sad Man”

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RWBW CMJ 2010 Poster

This is a poster I created for my friends band, Red Wire Black Wire, to advertise their CMJ 2010 shows. I painted the band name with a fan brush and ink, and did the rest in photoshop. It was a … Continue reading

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First Woodcut Face – Before Printing

Here’s a picture of my first woodcut for thesis. I haven’t printed it on paper yet, but I will soon. I’m also going to print it on some black paper and shirts, and then bleach out the face. oh yah.

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First Silkscreen Face with Blue

I added a translucent blue over my first silkscreen of a face and townscape. I like it a lot more now. Yup.

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Yearbook Photo Painting Tests

Here are some more tests I did painting faces with gouache onto old yearbook photos. Some of them are on inverted versions of the original photos. I’m trying to figure out what I want the final larger pieces to look … Continue reading

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