This set of graphite drawings are self-portraits based on the yearly class pictures taken over the course of my K – 12 education.
This graphite drawing was created on 104lb. translucent vellum using a .3 thickness mechanical pencil.
Note: the following drawings were done as part of a month-long exercise to create one finished drawing every day for thirty straight days — these are some of the more interesting results from the project.
Also created with graphite on translucent vellum.
This graphite drawing was
done on a cut-out page from
a discarded library book. The rough area on the paper is where the pocket holding the check-out card was removed before the book was disposed of.
This graphite drawing was created on a blank sheet cut from a discarded library book.
This graphite drawing was also created on a blank sheet cut from a discarded library book.
Meant to be a bit more child-
like, this graphite and colored pencil drawing was created
with a coloring book feel.
I ended up pretty happy with
this typographic treatment. I really like the organic quality happening within the large letterforms.
Integrating collage elements,
this graphite and ink drawing utilizes children’s illustrations, library book pages and inked cityscapes.
This graphite drawing and
digital illustration was created
as an introduction slide for several 2009 presentations.