This was done in Photoshop........ Don't try this at home. It gets addicting. Seriously my drug of choice is Adobe Photoshop Elements. I love it. If it was a cereal I would eat it for breakfast. Yes I would eat a computer program for breakfast........... Well...... anywho. Threshold and lots of working with saturation. So fun!!!!!!!!!!!!
This piece was done in graphite, obviously. I am not a huge graphite fan so as you can see the shading sucks. I love PEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Any who I wanted this piece to making people think about what the person in the drawing was thinking about....... why are they covering their face. But anyways yeah I love eyes and hands so....... yeah
I am a HUGE fan of the Japanese language, so when I found this quote in a magazine I felt the need to use it. It means I'm Going to Die. The petals are all mostly dead except for the few on top. I am also a fan of roses so I used some red rose petals and made a sort of still life with them on a piece of paper. Hint: ALWAYS draw from life, try to avoid pictures or images off the computer unless you really need them. Also this piece was done with Acrylic paints.
I was being me....... aka DISTURBING, and decided to use broken mirror shards for an art project. Then also being me I decided to finger paint the whole canvas with red, black, and a bit of white paint. I bled on my canvas I assume and ended up with this suicidal piece that everyone loves.... And six bandaids and a couple compliments later my piece is lost, and a year later a teacher claims he has it. Oh this piece has been through a lot. Moral of the story is never use broken shards of glass in a piece.
This is a surreal piece done in Adobe Photoshop. It is the creppy interpretation of how I think that people get pulled into things when they should just do things for themselves. Sometimes people tend to get into your business and it gets really irritating.
So, this is a computer generated piece. This was made in a vector format using Adobe Illustrator. The piece is supposed to represent that all different cultures are a part of the same "system" per say.