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Friday, August 24, 2012

Valley Water Services Logo

I was commissioned for a logo by a person in the area. Turned out nicely.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Legend of Korra: Amon [Speed Painting+Commentary]

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This time around, I decided to draw Amon from the Avatar the Legend of Korra series. He is an amazing antagonist and interesting character overall. I really enjoy watching his fighting style during the series!

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Legend of Korra: Pabu [Speed Painting]

My second speed painting for the Legend of Korra series on Nickelodeon. I decided to draw Pabu this time around. He's an awesome character :)

WWI Soldier Animation (ARTDM-160)

My finished 3D animation for 3D Modeling and Animation I Class. I painted the soldier and finally got him to do something. Take a look!

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Sunday, April 15, 2012

3D Model of WWI Soldier [Complete] (ARTDM-160)

Just finished him a couple hours ago. I smoothed out the geometry to make the model appear more realistic. Pretty proud of it :)

Legend of Korra: Korra [Speed Painting]

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My tribute to the new Avatar series. I know it will be as great as the original and I am totally looking forward to it each weekend!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

3D Model of WWI Soldier (ARTDM-160)


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Designing Logos for Uno's Pizza

First set of designs for a specific look. I tried to make the business appear authentic and professional, and I think the font really hit the nail on the head here. If you like the look of it, you can find it at: under the name Chenier

Second set of designs for a specific look. I tried to be more flashy and stylized it. I think it's a nice logo that looks inviting and cool, but I think it was too hip and didn't really cater to my audience that I had kept in mind throughout the design process.
Colored variations of the first set. Six pieces in all. I rather like the bottom left hand corner design. It definitely represents my audience which is Chicagoan's, Italian's, and Pizza-lovers alike.