Thanks to Spring Break and the breath of air that is post-college-decision-letters-second-semester senior year, I finally got around to play with watercolors again. This time, it's an illustration for Chapter XXVIII. of my ongoing story, The Emperor and Her Assassin. Here's the artwork. Here's what it's based on.
It was yesterday, the Saturday before the 2017 Oscars when I found my life bridged together in the Fullerton Museum Center. Hours before the merge I was competing in a journalism competition alongside my family of school newspaper staff. Finishing laying out my page (for that is the category of my competition) with an hour … Continue reading The Mucha Collection
This is my crude imitation of Mucha's style...using pens and color pencils (obviously the wrong medium) that also doubles as a character design for Lyra from my ongoing story, The Emperor and Her Assassin.
There is nothing like drawing a strangely out-of-proportion rendition of a view from the roof of my Taiwan home to deal with random home-sickness. More fun with oil pastel, I guess.
My pathetic rendition of Monet’s Sunset in Venice, 1908 using oil pastel.
My pathetic rendition of John Singer Sargent's "Rio Dell Angelo."