Tag Archives: Photoshop
Here is a rotoscope I have been working on as part of a collaborative project. Enjoy! Advertisements
My new Demo Reel for this year. Some of the animation I have yet to upload since it will be premiering at my school on the 29th. All of the work has been done in the past two years. All … Continue reading
Continuously throughout the semester I have been working on my final Senior Thesis. This is the final, cleaned up animatic. While working on this, I was also woking on the rough animation, which at this time is completed along with … Continue reading
The final project we had in illustration was to create a birthday card that could be used by the visual arts and new media department to give out for students birthdays. Each design created will be judge by the faculty … Continue reading
A poster I made for a fictional event hosted by the real band The Oh Hellos. I took into consideration The Oh Hellos style of music, but mainly I focused on the venue I chose for the band. I … Continue reading
Here is a design of a creature I called a Phuuka. It was done as part of an assignment to combine both a human and animal together to create a creature. I combined both a rabbit, moth, and bat to … Continue reading
This is the first 12 seconds of an animation I am working on called “The Runner”. The film follows the life of an old man who continues to run despite his age. The majority of the animation will be rotoscoped … Continue reading
These are the finished products of my ink caricature portrait. One was done in photoshop, while the other was dones using watercolors. I used very soft, natural colors in each, to better represent a softness to my personality. There … Continue reading
The diptych project was meant to show the same image in both color and black and white. I experimented a bit with this idea by selecting the sky and removing it through masks. When I put on the black and … Continue reading
This is a weather report from last week for the town my college is in. The requirement for this assignment was to have a stylized typographically based weather report where the text represented the type of weather. I used a radial … Continue reading
This was an experiment in merging photos seamlessly together in photoshop. This is a combination of the same scarf at different angles. Each image was resized and edited as a smart object with a channel mix layer over the combined … Continue reading
This image was made from the combination of two photos merged using screen effects. The red tint throughout the image comes from the duotone effect in photoshop. This gives the image a consistent effect throughout the piece while perserving the shadowing in the original … Continue reading
The scrolling effect was made by shifting the images in photoshop using keyframe tweens. The patterns are non-vector based and stylized to look like Islamic pattern artwork, focusing on a stylized geometric motif.
This was an experiment with the blending brush in photoshop. The assignment was to color in any type of map, so I choose a map of Westeros from one the series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin … Continue reading
This piece is meant to express loneliness and my understanding of loneliness is that it is a form of absence. I took pictures of empty area’s around my college campus and merged them using different layer effects and masks.
The 100 years project is suposed to show a transition between objects showing a form of progression. I focused my transition’s on color and the progression is between different elements portrayed in the photos. I accomplished the fading effects by using gradients and selections on masking … Continue reading
The point of this project was to combine different works of architecture into a single image. All of the images were cut out using the masking tool with different layer effects applied to certain images.
For this I took three different images and arranged them in this order: ababcacacbcb. I added a ladder of adjustment layers on different sides of the image, drawing the eye across the piece.