Expression through Design
It turns out that there is more than one way to fling paint!
This is the official logo of Illinois Wesleyan University's Interfaith Program
This is the official logo of the Safe Zone Program at Illinois Wesleyan University
This was created based on a paint elevation. We had to match and create colors to blend to create the textures.
This was the drawing where we took the longest to sketch the model. We were then able to delve into detail.
This was the first drawing in Drawing for the Theatre in which we did not use a grid to guide us.
This is one of about 200 tiles that were created for the show Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.
This template was drafted in Vectorworks then printed and cut by color on separate sheets to facilitate the tile creation.
This was my first project using Google Sketchup to render a to scale set based on a ground plan I created.
This was our first exposure to chalk and charcoal in Scenic Painting. We used the grid system to create the project.
This was a short 15 minute sketch of our model.
I helped to create the drops based on the designers plans. I assisted in the floor painting and made those lovely cartoon clouds.
As charge artist I was in charge of painting the floor and base coating all of the different wall sections with paints I matched and mixed.