Friday, October 14, 2011

Honing the Portfolio

Eek! It’s been almost a month since my last post. Time operates so differently when you’re in University. I certainly miss that bubble of time I had to work all on my personal projects while I was freelancing this past year. There are a few assignments though, particularly in my illustration course that I’m so excited to work on so I can have them as new gems in my portfolio.

September zoomed by and I have a handful of new portfolio pieces, from school assignments and from client work to show for it. I’ll post a new completed project every day for the next few days. This project is called Whyte Bull. It’s based on a Greek Myth about the origin of the Minotaur. The drawings are meant to show points in the story but not tell the full story, so the imagery may be a tad confusing without existing knowledge of the myth.

Let me know what you think, click to enlarge any pieces.

1 comment:

  1. While very spiritual and very much Blake's mystic bull of the Inferno, this guy is totally charming. Love the human eyes, especially as they gaze longingly on the promising wooden cow while Taurus twinkles above. Nice Pleiades! Also enjoyed your labyrinth. Read that unlike a dead-ended maze, a labyrinth will release you...eventually. Enjoyed proving this true of your labyrinth! Lots of fun detail. Where's the Like button?