Cover I did for the third publication of Queering magazine, my campus’s student-run LGBTQIAP+ art and literary publication. While I’m a bit late in posting it here, I still want to thank all of my fellow magazine staff, our faculty advisor, and our wonderful editor in chief!
Ink pen & Photoshop CS5, May 2014

Cover I did for the third publication of Queering magazine, my campus’s student-run LGBTQIAP+ art and literary publication. While I’m a bit late in posting it here, I still want to thank all of my fellow magazine staff, our faculty advisor, and our wonderful editor in chief!

Ink pen & Photoshop CS5, May 2014



color studies from tonight

above: after this photograph by sarah hamburger

below: after this photograph of dane dehaan



kelsl:

Face scans glitched as .jpg-to-.txt. Some surprising and interesting elements: the washed-out or filtered-looking quality of the images; repetition of elements; small area glitches versus large area glitches; bitmapped areas.



Guess who!

Guess who!



Up top: a stress relief draw I may finish, or not

Bottom three: studies and sketches for Illustration this semester



petrabrokanian:

"It’s just a memory, Mako. None of this is real.”
(14 frames/20 colors, first ever full body gif animation, 100% below)

petrabrokanian:

"It’s just a memory, Mako. None of this is real.”

(14 frames/20 colors, first ever full body gif animation, 100% below)



petrabrokanian:

Did a little something based loosely on this fic that I adore - some exercise with head angles/lineart/sequential art. I’m not really dialogue material though, forgive me!

petrabrokanian:

Did a little something based loosely on this fic that I adore - some exercise with head angles/lineart/sequential art. I’m not really dialogue material though, forgive me!



This week I illustrated an article addressing a subject I’ve found myself grappling with a lot recently: how appropriate is it to divorce a narrative from the political agenda of the author, particularly in regards to the recent release of Ender’s Game and Orson Scott Card’s history of explicitly homophobic, racist and misogynist rhetoric. While my opinions and the columnist’s strongly diverge, it was a pleasure to create this illustration in part as a bridge between us on this topic.

This week I illustrated an article addressing a subject I’ve found myself grappling with a lot recently: how appropriate is it to divorce a narrative from the political agenda of the author, particularly in regards to the recent release of Ender’s Game and Orson Scott Card’s history of explicitly homophobic, racist and misogynist rhetoric. While my opinions and the columnist’s strongly diverge, it was a pleasure to create this illustration in part as a bridge between us on this topic.



More schoolwork…the assignment was meant to emphasize markmaking. I really like this!

More schoolwork…the assignment was meant to emphasize markmaking. I really like this!



tried to make an idle sprite of myself…don’t think I really got it down, but I only did 4 frames. here’s 100%

tried to make an idle sprite of myself…don’t think I really got it down, but I only did 4 frames. here’s 100%