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    Wild Boar
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    Graphic and Interactive Designer, Illustrator.

    I'm still coming up with my own identity for my GID, illustration, and other legitimate skills and talents. I guess "visual designer" would be a good title, since it's more broad. And I do pretty much anything that involves aesthetic.

    Still in junior college, waiting to go to a university/private for main course appetite.
    Here's some... random stuff. Not really portfolio, but it gives some idea.

    I hand-molded this thing straight from bricks of polymer clay. It was hella heavy, and went through many processes of change- as I decided what would be the best look that I could manage for my first time making a cast and mold.

    Here's the beginner box for casting and molds you can buy at Blick's or any large art store. My materials used for mold making and casting will be silicone rubber, latex, plaster, and plastic.

    Side view of this beast- just an idea how big it is- it barely fits on the kitchen table. And soon, this thing will be going over someone's head as a costume (lighter version made out of foam and latex, granted)


    My notes for the alien scultped head-costume project, even measurements:


    Trying to make my own personal logo or brand that represents me,




    Having difficulty, because the things I do are very extensive- I do a lot. My proficiency in different programs is great, but I know AE, FL,DW,PS,AI, PR, BRIDGE, amazing with presentations, powerpoint, animation, and whatnot. Tons of other programs, as well as abilities by hand, and not on the computer. And what I want to do is ultimately get into the film and entertainment industry. I really just need to bust my ass and get a resume and portfolio done that represents me and what I want. Now would not be the time for identity crisis, but I guess I'm sorta having it since I haven't been able to settle on themes and whatnot for my portfolio and resume. Plus- I want to do too much. I'm not specific at all.


    I'm guessing it's a good and bad thing. And will be great- but probably only later on, when I actually do settle in a job that allows me to do the things I love.
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    Wild Boar
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    Moar. a random AE file I'm currently working on- Brainstorming personal brands- etc.
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    Jr. Celion
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBadass View Post
    I'm still coming up with my own identity for my GID, illustration, and other legitimate skills and talents. I guess "visual designer" would be a good title, since it's more broad. And I do pretty much anything that involves aesthetic.

    Still in junior college, waiting to go to a university/private for main course appetite.
    Here's some... random stuff. Not really portfolio, but it gives some idea.
    Aliens2.jpg

    Aliens3.jpg

    Snapshot_20111214.JPG

    Snapshot_20111214_3.JPG

    Snapshot_20111214_9.JPG

    (I am even doing an Alien replica costume in silicone rubber and latex...)

    Having difficulty, because the things I do are very extensive- I do a lot. My proficiency in different programs is great, but I know AE, FL,DW,PS,AI, PR, BRIDGE, amazing with presentations, powerpoint, animation, and whatnot. Tons of other programs, as well as abilities by hand, and not on the computer. And what I want to do is ultimately get into the film and entertainment industry. I really just need to bust my ass and get a resume and portfolio done that represents me and what I want. Now would not be the time for identity crisis, but I guess I'm sorta having it since I haven't been able to settle on themes and whatnot for my portfolio and resume. Plus- I want to do too much. I'm not specific at all.


    I'm guessing it's a good and bad thing. And will be great- but later on.
    I saw the picture then I went like: IS THAT ALIEN?
    Ooh...so good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBadass View Post
    I'm still coming up with my own identity for my GID, illustration, and other legitimate skills and talents. I guess "visual designer" would be a good title, since it's more broad. And I do pretty much anything that involves aesthetic.

    Still in junior college, waiting to go to a university/private for main course appetite.
    Here's some... random stuff. Not really portfolio, but it gives some idea.
    Aliens2.jpg

    Aliens3.jpg

    Snapshot_20111214.JPG

    Snapshot_20111214_3.JPG

    Snapshot_20111214_9.JPG

    (I am even doing an Alien replica costume in silicone rubber and latex...)

    Having difficulty, because the things I do are very extensive- I do a lot. My proficiency in different programs is great, but I know AE, FL,DW,PS,AI, PR, BRIDGE, amazing with presentations, powerpoint, animation, and whatnot. Tons of other programs, as well as abilities by hand, and not on the computer. And what I want to do is ultimately get into the film and entertainment industry. I really just need to bust my ass and get a resume and portfolio done that represents me and what I want. Now would not be the time for identity crisis, but I guess I'm sorta having it since I haven't been able to settle on themes and whatnot for my portfolio and resume. Plus- I want to do too much. I'm not specific at all.


    I'm guessing it's a good and bad thing. And will be great- but later on.
    I think it's pretty good. But i have to agree i wanna do a lot, i've been trying VFX, GFX, Animating, Digital art. Some other stuff but i haven't tried out 3D yet sounds like fun.
    Liking the shading in the alien.
    You make me smile C:
    If anybody needs help with graphics or animating. VM or PM me.


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    Wild Boar
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    Thanks :) I really like clay modeling too. That is polymer clay, an oil-based clay that never dries. That giant clay replica had exact measurements taken (weighed sooo much), and is even going to have an articulated jaw in one of my models.
    It will be much lighter once we make the mold, and make lightweight casts made out of latex and silicone rubber. Having my boyfriend around to help me with this big project makes a huge difference too. He's an engineer and has encouraged me to make more measurements and record the actual data and stuff. Without his advice I would've made a mask that doesn't fit my own face the first time.

    ... And yes it is Alien :o I like ridley scott, and how they used rolls royce cooling tubes to do the first model of alien.

    ---------- Post added 01-25-2012 at 12:00 AM ---------- Previous post was 01-24-2012 at 11:55 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Kamisa View Post
    I think it's pretty good. But i have to agree i wanna do a lot, i've been trying VFX, GFX, Animating, Digital art. Some other stuff but i haven't tried out 3D yet sounds like fun.
    Liking the shading in the alien.
    My twin is into animating, but it's such a hard starve-and-feast field. She's exceptional, seriously. But I don't think I have the cajones to just do animating and specialize. It's interesting though! I think I will end up learning a tid-bit about animating, but just enough to get small projects done or know information about it. It's hardcore if you want to succeed in it.

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    great work

 

 

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