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[SIZE=1]Well it has been a long time since I have posted any of my work on here and since i have been working in a varity of things I will post a couple of works. I tend to use whatever medium that comes to whatever that day. I hope you enjoy it.

[b][u]Flower woman[/b][/u]
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[b][u]Comment:[/b][/u] An image of woman with flowers in her hair. This was one of my first attempts with cut paper. It took me about three hours to do.

[b][u]Kiss me[/b][/u]
[b][u]Comment:[/b][/u] Image of a teenage girl. Another attempt with cut paper. I decided to use less colours with it and show little highlights and shadows.

[b][u]Island girl[/b][/u]
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[b][u]Comment:[/b][/u] A third attempt at colour paper. This I limited it to three different colour of paper. I basically onlly did defining features for this only.

[b][u]Comment:[/b][/u] Self -portrait of me on laying up against a wall. Done in grey, white, and black . Work off an orginal photograph (well it would be hard to look at my back and draw it. The orginal size of this 24x12 and is down on rolled card stock. (This is image was shrunk and cropped down for quicker loading time.)

Please feel free to leave comments or suggestions. Thank you for stopping and looking.[/size]
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first please do not take offense for asking this... are these traditional art pieces or digital art pieces?

if traditional...

undoubtedly amazing... the detail you have put in with the images through mere pieces of snipped paper... you are a genius and have a delicate hand with scissors....

the charcol piece must have taken you a long time... it also must have been fairly huge in order u to maintain the texture the denim on the piece...

if digital...

for the cutout filter pieces... it's not unwholy original for photo manipulation... but maybe u could ad several other filters [if you are dealing with photoshop] to but a more artistic twange to the images...

especially to the last piece... it was blatantly obvious where it was and how it was done... maybe palete knife fiter?
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[SIZE=1][COLOR=Navy]Those four where created by traditional ways. Also you really don?t want to use just scissors, but you should also use an exto-knife as well.

These are six logos that I did for the company Digital Manga Publishing for a class of mine. All of these where made using Adobe Illustrator. As always please feel free to leave any comments or suggestions.

[b]Logo 1[/b]

[b]Logo 2[/b]

[b]Logo 3[/b]

[b]Logo 4[/b]

[b]Logo 5[/b]

[b]Logo 6[/b]

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[size=1]Your colored paper cut-outs were simply amazing. Before I completely read all the posts, I was about to tell you to move away from filtering in Photoshop... silly me. Really, there's not much to talk about with those -- minor proportion problems, but you're extremely skilled. Wonderful job.

You might want to try to clean up your logos -- they look interesting, however, they're not legible enough for a stand alone logo. I think the last one is the best, but it seems a bit too hollow, and the "D" as well as the "P" are hard to make out. Perhaps a serif font would do the trick?[/size]
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[SIZE=1][COLOR=Navy]Thank you, Retribution, for your comments. I agree that the logos need to be cleaned up some. They are just a first draft that I created on the computer. Though I don't think a serif font would work to well for this logo project. I stylized the company Digital Manga Publishing to be in a calligraphy style. The only actually font in there is the same written either at the botton or on the side depending on which one. The rest of the work i created myslef by hand with a paint bursh that I designed as well to mimic a calligraphy brush stroke.


This is the logo I choice out of the ones I did for Digital Manga Publishing. I plan on changing it some, by moving the text to the side and addidng more branches to the trees with more "flowers and leaves".

This is a two page editorial that I did for a class a while back.


Thank you again for the comment . As always please feel free to leave any comments or suggestions, they are always helpful. [/COLOR][/SIZE]
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