Thursday, August 14, 2008

Heyo! So this is my portfolio mostly. I'll put up other things pretty frequently, as well as links, etc. I'm hoping ya'll will be down with giving me some real feedback. I don't want an ego boost, I want to get better! Thanks bunches - lisie

For the Kiddies

I have this distinct image of my childhood, which consisted of 4 television channels, and my dad locking me outside when I had watched too much of that. It sounds like child cruelty, but thank goodness for him. Oh, and the only toys I can remember were dirt and rocks. Oh, there were rocks.

So here's some recent work.

Frame 3 of my Teatrio competition illustration. We had to illustrate around the theme of the outdoors. This the moment of discovery of the greatest toy ever.

Frame 4 of the Teatrio competition illustration. Sticks afford glorious imaginary ships.
All of these are digital.

A little bit older, made in 3D Design in the Fall of 2007. Titled "Vidiot." Yup. Brain's no good when the only thing keeping it alive is the light from the television. Sculpey.

Another recent piece. We had to experiment with digital collage. This dude enjoys his morning commute.

And say no to crack, kids. Digital collage.

Please enjoy

Office Gossip Hot Potato
Pastel and Ink

The Perfectionist Female
Apparently this generation of women is a little twisted. They told us we could be anything we wanted to be, and somehow that translated to a need to be it all.

A Suspicious Mole
Sorry, Universe, but that Earth might not be too healthy.

A-Crezz: The Portrait
Raw, satisfyingly delicious. This is what happens when I miss people- a little creepy.
Watercolor and ink

The Ear, The Eye, and the Arm
I got to redesign the best book ever for a class project. Holla.

Some Work by the Dude, Herself

Wal-Mart Ogre
Destroying the environment, messin with the Mom and Pop stores, and devouring Chinese -factory workers -Food
Watercolor and Ink, Cracking Varnish

The American News Hour
Lindsay's drinking problem can always be enjoyed after a little real news, yes?
Marker and pencil

First in Flight
Mixed media

Multi-Generational Pregnancy
Ah, the power of science for the 40+, and the even mightier teenage libido.
Ink and digital

The Disappearing Middle Class
I like it better with the middle, too.

Sunday, August 10, 2008