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10 Already...?
Divorce is the main culpr (More)
I've been in and out this quarter with focus and desire to work on anything due to self-confidence issues in my artwork. I'm trying to embrace that sadness and confusion into some of my newer pieces to push myself to create a quality piece of work. A (More)
Portfolio Checkpoint
Hey Reader! My portfolio was way down in the dumps for almost over a month due to the lack of motivation, creativity, and the aspiration to really do anything at all, but today finally broke that awful streak and I was able to produce sketchbook s (More)
Much Needed Update
I've completed 6 artworks to this date and beginning to brainstorm on #7.I also decided to redo 2 of my previous pieces due to not being completely happy with them. Artworks 2 and 4 will be in the process of that during quarter 3. I hope to be more c (More)
Artwork #3 - Reflection
Before I had started this project I had decided that I wanted to move towards a more illustrative/playful  direction, something I feel I usually tend to stray from.. I wanted to push myself to try something new and along the way I was aiming to get m (More)
Reflection of Artwork #3
This is my third artwork and I believe it is my most successful piece so far. It is very well thought out and my point is given off very we (More)
Reflecting Back on Artwork #3
For my third piece of the first quarter, I decided to focus on trypophobia (the fear of holes or round patterns). Originally I had planned to have my composition consist (More)
Artwork 1 - It's Actually Done Now
This piece has been something I've been working to rework for a while now. The photo on the left is the original and on the one on the right is the final. The problem with the first pieces was that the background didn't fit the aesthetic of the hands (More)
Artwork #2 - Reflection
Below is my final piece for my second artwork. Overall, I'm really happy with the outcome. By creating this piece I really wanted to showcase the classic idea of "falling down the rabbit hole". The top half is in black and white to represent the huma (More)
Reflecting Back on Artwork #2
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