Monthly Archives: May 2014

Printmaking work

When I first started CCA, I was a transfer student so I had very limited amount of electives I could take since I has so many credits fulfilled. I could of taken anything but I chose printmaking classes. Intaglio and wood cuts were my favorite methods. Intaglio is copper or zinc plates, scratched and then […]

Quick and Dirty, Mission Pie Sketch.

So I’ve started a new ritual, every Monday, I get together with a bunch of inspiring artists in a little coffee shop in SF. Mission Pie Mondays is a small informal group of CCA students, alumni, and staff started by a beast of a artist and professor, Mr. Chris Koehler. Mission Pie in SF has […]

Ocean at the End of the Lane, book cover mock up exercise

Hello again. One of my favorite type of assignments for class is Book Cover illustration. Just recently I finished a book cover mockup for Neil Gaiman’s “The Ocean at the End of the Lane” (which i picked because I’m a bit of a fan) and I really enjoyed the process from start to finish..