Thursday, 3 November 2016

Cinema Bar revamp

I've been tasked with a cinema marketing team to give a visual representation of their bar area which they're hoping to revamp. We're in the middle of the planning stages at the moment, but taking on reference images of the area I have made a visual representation of the bar area at present. More things will be added later and hopefully some before and after shots- but watch this space! :D 


Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Work experience with Dovetail Games

 

During the last couple of months I've had the opportunity in working with Dovetail Games as part of work experience. This involved working with their marketing department where I had various tasks ranging from creating banners and advertisement images for various social platforms like facebook, twitter or steam, highlighting their latest products to taking images of the gameplay. During my time there has taught me a lot of things from attention to detail and maintaining quality to learning new techniques on Photoshop.

Below are few of the designs that I got to make: 






Saturday, 6 February 2016

Sketches: 19/01/2016

I've made a head start on these studies sometime last year and had left them in the backburner for quite a while until within these days I've decided to work on where I've left off. Other than studying these in terms of colour and anatomy, I've also attempted to experiment around with various brushes. ^_^

Reference

Still reference from Pan's Labyrinth

Thursday, 21 January 2016

What I've been up to...

Its been one long hiatus, but juggling things here and there in the long trek is a challenge.To sum it all up, I've been mostly practising my Photoshop skills here and there during my free time.

Following from my last post which involved me going to Glasgow to showcase my work to International and European artists from different parts of the world as part of ELIA's (The European League of Insitutues of the Arts) NEU/NOW Live Festival 2014. I've had a great time, spending five days where I get to meet people from various art backgrounds as well as showcasing my work just like New Designers. By the end of the five day experience, we've all had to part ways but we still keep in contact. :D 

NEU NOW 2014
During the long run, I've been in contact with UCA student, Danny Hewitt who studies Television Studies in Maidstone. He's asked me to help him and his production team to create storyboards as part of their final Major Project which yous can follow more of his project here: (http://dannyhewitt.blogspot.co.uk)

A few of the storyboards w.i.p (left) and the plan outs for shots (right)
As you can see in this post, there was careful planning of shots and discussions of how Danny envisioned his film, 'The Sunday League'. Although I have little knowledge of football, it was interesting to learn some things about it as well as seeing Danny, a big footie fan, able to share some references for me to help illustrate the shots.

Overall, it was a great experience in being able to participate and working with a production team, being able to throw ideas around while also having fun working. I am excited about seeing their film transpiring from the shots Ive drawn into a live action footage. :)

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

'The Carnival of The Animals' now showing at The NEU/NOW Live Festival

Its been a loong hiatus, but one hasn't forgotten the blogosphere. Whilst working on projects (which I hope to share soon), I'm happy to announce that my final year university project, 'The Carnival of The Animals' has been selected to be shown at ELIA's (The European League of Insitutues of the Arts) NEU/NOW Live Festival 2014 held in Glasgow!! ^_^


Check out the festival's website  here, where other works such as film/animation, music, theatre, architecture and visual arts from various countries are participating and showcased.



Hopefully over the next couple of days I'll be able to share my experiences of participating in the festival- watch this space!! ^_^

Monday, 21 July 2014

CAA Speed Paint Challenge: Jabberwocky 7


Today's challenge took 40 mins to paint. Based on this extract: 

"One, two! One, two! And through and through
The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!
He left it dead, and with its head
He went galumphing back."

Friday, 18 July 2014

CAA Speed Paint Challenge: Jabberwocky 6

CAA Speed Paint Challenge: Jabberwocky 6





Had too much fun doing this piece that it went slightly longer than it should!! 45 mins
Based on challenge 6's extract:

"The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,
Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,
And burbled as it came!"


I revisted this piece again to add some background. :D