This University assignment involved taking pictures pertaining to interests of mine and composing them together. I chose images of Samus Aran from Metroid, Master Chief from Halo 4, and Marcus Fenix from Gears of War. The background is promotional artwork for the music band Scandroid. Most of the work on this composition was shifting the … Continue reading “Collage of You”
The goal of this assignment was to create a transition between opposing elements, so I chose nature vs urban. This piece was produced from a variety of sources. In retrospect, this probably could have been executed a bit better, at least with the lack of shadows for ground elements. Created in Photoshop in Spring 2014.
The goal of this assignment was to make a word look like the word. I chose the word "Cracked", so the text was to look like it was made out of cracks. This was done with the help of a tablet, pressing down on the tablet with randomized force, while creating the smaller cracks by … Continue reading Word made out of cracks
Created for a school project at University of Central Florida. Made in Illustrator.
Another university assignment involving somewhat more advanced Photoshop techniques. The compositions as a whole are meant to look like book covers or textless movie posters. "Man and his Bike" seems to me like it is the most "gripping" of the three. Cutting the bike out was a large pain in and of itself, but was … Continue reading Movie Poster Compositions
One of the projects I had for Digital Imaging Fundamentals class was to create a magazine cover using a photo of myself. I decided to base the cover around fictional adaptations, though there are a few references to actual current events of the time. Created in Spring 2014
These compositions revolve around war in a vaguely futuristic setting, tied together by the presence of black smoke in each image. Most of the work came from creation of masks, making heavy use of the Polygonal Lasso Tool, Magnetic Lasso Tool, and Color Range. Each of the images provided a big challenge for at least … Continue reading “War” Trilogy