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Quick animation

Quick animation

Central Park

Central Park

Experimenting with new markers.

Experimenting with new markers.

Character sketches

Character sketches

Digimon is on Netflix. God bless.

Digimon is on Netflix. God bless.

About a year ago, I took an 8-bit video game class and made this nerdy game where you’d play as a curator venturing through art history. Posted the level layout with fun 8-bit art classics, as well as some real-life gameplay shots.

ladiesofliterature:

The LADIES OF LITERATURE zine is now available for online pre-order! Featuring the work of 36 talented artists, this volume includes 56 pages of female book characters and authors spanning several genres and time periods!

AVAILABLE ON STORENVY

CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Abigail Malate | Alex Bahena | Amanda Scurti | Amelia Chia | Andy Lee | Arielle Jovellanos | Ava Nguyen | Brigid Vaughn | Chantal El-Bikai | Desiree Surjadi | Diana Huh | Emily Ho | Erica Chan | Grace Fong | Grisselle Rivera | Jackie Yang | Janet Sung | Jenny Xu | Karina McBeth | Katrina Richter | Katy Farina | Kirsten Sjursen-Lien | Kristen Acampora | Kristen Davis | Laura MacMahon | Lily Luo | Lily Pfaff | Michelle Hiraishi | Pablo Leon | Paulina HoPenny Candy Studios | Rachel Royale | Trung Le Nguyen | Viktoria Ridzel | Xiao Li | Yssa Badiola

Teaser art by Trung Le Nguyen (Gerda and the Snow Queen), Grace Fong (Alanna of Trebond, Daine Sarrasri, Luna Lovegood, and Hermione Granger), Viktoria Ridzel (Bianca di Angelo), and Rachel Royale (Persephone).

All proceeds are being donated to charity projects promoting classroom literacy. First 20 orders include a free gift! Please allow at least one month for turnaround time. Also note: A few pieces feature language and tasteful nudity.

Edited and produced by Arielle Jovellanos with a little help from the fierce and fabulous Janet Sung.

Did some lettering for an upcoming zine. Definitely check out the ladies!

Finally able to post this! I created a typeface my last semester of school. More details about it here, as well as a character sheet.

Finally able to post this! I created a typeface my last semester of school. More details about it here, as well as a character sheet.

Experimenting with an old art phase

Experimenting with an old art phase

Anonymous: Hello! If I may ask, What programs do you use to create your typographic works? and how do you animate them?

Hello! Most of them were hand-drawn on paper and scanned. A couple were done digitally on tablet. Then I used Photoshop to clean everything up and/or animate them.

Originally as my senior thesis project, I created these characters that represent different personality traits and made them into 11 x 15 linocut prints.

In case you missed it, I started a new blog on lettering.

In case you missed it, I started a new blog on lettering.

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