With those two words given, I was to create an image. I was pretty thrilled to get started once I had the sketch done and approved. But things didn't work out as I started working on it. So I stop working and take it to class, and my professor, Scott Bakal, looks at it, and flips my illustration board, and tells me to start over on the other side, where the board was all scuffed up.
So that's what I got. I guess it looks better than the first one I did. I learned a lot about a lot of things. So I'll take that and apply to my next project.
Tancredi (story of a two headed boy)-still not finished.
I can't say I like this piece so much, but I'm in the search for my style, and this piece makes me feel like I might actually be headed for something...
These days, I am fully enjoying everything I create, just because I feel like I have a really different perspective than I did before. Even if things don't turn out good at the end, I can still say I enjoyed it, and I learned something from it.