Oolong's Art & Design


I finally finished it. Remember last year in October? Yeah. Well, I decided that I don’t need a bunch of complicated things to collage into it and that I should try to stick to a concept instead of adding so many concepts. I’ve been learning quite a lot in my design classes. It’s ineffective if it can’t express its function and how true it is. I changed it from the original by blacking out the left side because I hated my handwriting that I had there and instead used stamps to put in that text. Then I added the seagull at the top left corner.

I’m pretty satisfied with this. It is a bit empty for my liking/style, but I should try to pay more attention to the “less is more” advice.
Media: Acrylics, Sharpie, white-out pen

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This entry was posted on December 17, 2009 by in Finished, Painting, Toshika.



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