Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Almost Done!

The basic story that is happening at this moment is the little ballerina forgot her shoe before she went on stage and her older sister, who was just got off stage is holding it out to her.  Only one other dancer has noticed what is going on. 

I cropped the image a few different ways and I was wondering which one looked the most interesting

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Painted Spheres

Project 3 Story and Thumbnails

Coco the dancing Bear
Eliza was three years old, and all she ever wanted to do was dance.  She would dance at the store; she would dance in her room; she would dance in the kitchen.  She would dance every chance she got.  Her biggest hero was her older sister, who was a dancer.  Her sister, however, never had the time to teach her to dance because she was always running off to her own dance classes.  Eliza’s closest friend in the world was her teddy bear Coco.  Coco saw how much Eliza wanted to dance, and she wanted to help. Coco practiced dancing all night while Eliza was asleep so she could teach her when she woke up.
Eliza was so happy when awoke to find Coco with a pair of ballet slippers.  Coco went through all of the basic ballet positions, and taught her a dance.  Eliza was a naturally good dancer.  Coco was so happy that she was able to bring Eliza joy.  The moment they started dancing Eliza’s eyes lit up, and she was incomparably happier.  Eliza imagined her room into the most beautiful dance studio.  Her dresser and bed disappeared, and in their place, were ballet bars and a stereo. 
Eliza was incredibly excited about Coco’s dance lesson.  She could not wait to show her sister.  After her sister returned from dance practice, Eliza showed her everything she had learned.  Her sister was stunned and amazed.  She could not figure out how she learned ballet.  She walked into Eliza’s room and she noticed Eliza’s teddy bear laying on the bed wearing a tutu.  

Thursday, October 28, 2010

5 eyes

Vincent VanGough
J.C. Leyendecker
Franz Marc
Rene Magritte

Definitely need to rework

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


So my layout is an ancient astronomical chart.  My icons are going to represent constellations on that chart. The bigger icons represent the goals I am trying to achieve, and the smaller ones represent past goals or personality traits.  I like to think I always "reach for the stars" in my goals.  So a astronomical chart seemed appropriate.