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July 20th, 2009 #1
hello, I'm new! come see my art...
Wow totally appalled by the orphan works bill...the owner of this site is a wonderful person for the nuts kick to the gov ahead of time!
Anyway, heres some of my art...you can see more at www.laurinfamous.com if you like! I was going to school in Grand Rapids, MI (public university) for the past 2 years and now I'm transferring to CCA in San Francisco - an actual art school, AHH! I'm so excited to see the contrasts. Anyone from here in the SF area?
I am a bit of a forum junkie (not as much as an art junkie) and I LOVE doing critiques and having my work critiqued, so I'm very excited to have found CA!
Ok, going to add my art now!
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I love Sublime....
On media pollution...one of the most terrifying things in the world to me, yet something I may have to contribute to as an illustrator someday? Scary.
Moth sock dog...thing...
Yarrr my boyfriend as a pirate.
Yeah....take what you want from this
Sometimes your dreams are edible...mmm
Dogs by Pink Floyd
From the Victorian bunnies series...
Another...there are a bunch more on my site
The "sickeningly cute" side of my art....bwahahah
Just a sketch....though I'd like to finish this one sometime
Ok probably enough for now...enjoy and I love constructive criticism (yes I know I draw too many animals....it's what I enjoy, I do like the challenge of drawing people but find animals more rewarding and interesting subjects....one of my goals this year is to draw more things that are not fluffy to broaden my artistic abilities)
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August 20th, 2009 #5
Your stuff looks awesome
If you ever get tired of CCA, I would suggest checking out the shrunken head man club at SJSU. No, I'm not there now, . .( got married and had a kid and now live in NY. . .) but I learned more there from an illustration minor then all the other classes for an art degree. If we ever moved back to CA, I'd finish the BFA illustration program there.
And the reason you're stuff looks great is it has the breath of life in it (as opposed to beautiful rendering over stiff drawings.) Not that I'm great at that myself, but I can see when it's missing or it's there!
August 25th, 2009 #6
i love ur colors..
September 23rd, 2009 #7Registered User
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i love the way you draw colors, the fish is so much fun and that closeup of the rabbit, it kind of scares me! i can't wait to see more!