I’ve been serving in my church since the end of last year as a videographer (vision switcher) in my Church’s Media Team/AV Crew.
They had been wanting to have a hoodie for the team since I joined (and probably before that), and last month their plans finally came to fruition. I designed the back print, and here are some rough sketches I did, the digital file in AI, and the final print out.
The AV Crew comprises of 4 roles, the audio team, projectionist, cameramen and videographer. I was inspired by line art icons that I’ve been seeing a lot of on Pinterest and this was the perfect opportunity to explore that style.
By the way, the 6, 7, 11 and 12 are not Toto numbers unlike what some might think. It’s become a bit of an inside joke, but actually refers to the different input numbers on the vision switcher board. 6 and 7 are the cameras, while 11 and 12 are the projection screens.
I’ve been experimenting more on shading and colours.
The La La Land piece is that most challenging art work I’ve done in a long time. Low light environments are not my forte. It’s taken from my favourite scene in the movie, the planetarium, which distills the main message of the movie; chasing your dreams.
Happy New Year!
I’ve recently been learning Pixel art on Udemy since December, and it’s been a lot of fun! Especially the pixel characters.
Knives Chau, if you’re not familiar with her is from one of my favourite movies, Scott Pilgrim vs The World. It’s actually based on a graphic novel of the same name, and I actually used the colours from there, because they’re more distinctive.
Run Knives Run!
I wanted to try another style, so here’s Newt Scamander from the Harry Potter movie, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
It’s been awhile since I did much illustration on my ol’ Wacom since graduation. Here are some I did since August.