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Hello everyone. I am a student in The Art Department's Career Mentorship Program based out of Richmond, VA, and am working on building my book cover portfolio through the program. Here are some examples of my work so far, and as I finish more as part of my work through TAD I will post them here. Thanks for looking!
Last edited by J Love; February 29th, 2012 at 12:42 PM.
Such a wierd and cool coincidence my man, I was just browsing through your TAD blog and had saved your very awesome figure drawings/paintings. It was a breath of fresh air, and I was all like, man I have to check out more of this artists work, but I couldnt as I had to go out.
And here you are posting away here your super cool works.
About the works, they are indeed 5 star stuff, shows you might have been at illustration academy, showcasing nuances from works of sterling hundley, George pratt, Jon english..... But I will never think that is a bad thing. But after that your personality takes over.....the works become personal..... endearing.
Man you are kicking ass, and you will go far....
Last edited by bhanu; October 10th, 2010 at 03:21 PM.
Thanks, Bhanu - I appreciate the kind words. I did attend the Illustration Academy, in 2008, and I helped out at the one in Richmond this past summer. I highly recommend it to anyone who can make it!
Last edited by J Love; October 20th, 2010 at 01:23 PM.
Great style / very strong work... Keep doing what you're doing!
You are working very hard. This thread is going to be thick in no time. Keep up the good work.
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Jason - Thank you! I know you are working very hard for TAD as well, and your efforts are greatly appreciated!
Pavel - Thanks!
Really awesome work... Reminds me of Sterling a lot.
Really nice work, really nice. Nice shot of inspiration, thanks.
EllionV, MarkWagner, Maximilian: Thanks! I'm hoping to post a new piece here by next monday.
You are doing it right!
Exploration is the thing that is going to make the difference in your work. I love to see your willingness to search for you. You have had access and been influenced by many fantastic artists, it is great to see you putting yourself on the line and developing into you! The Career Mentorship Program has been and will continue to be a place for artists to develop themselves and find a personal direction in their work.
I love it!
John: Thank you for the encouragement! I know how lucky I am to be in this place, with these people, at this point in my career.
Bhanu: I've been posting my figure drawings and sketchbook work over on the Sketchbook Forum - here's the link. I'm using this thread to only post work that I think might be a part of my portfolio. I have been doing a lot of work for TAD, but a lot of it has been exploration and experimentation and doesn't necessarily fit into my portfolio. I am working on some pieces now that will fit, though, and I will post them when complete. If anyone wants to see all of the work I've done through TAD, most of it is posted on my personal blog jeffreyalanlove.blogspot.com or TAD RVA's blog tadrva.blogspot.com. At the TAD RVA blog you can also check out work being done here at the Richmond POD by Sterling Hundley, Josh George, Edward Kinsella, Leslie Herman, and Jenna Chew - an amazing group of artists that I am lucky enough to work side by side with on a daily basis.
Cover done for a comic book anthology. Five different artists with five different stories, so I used collage to try and show different things coming together to create a cohesive whole.
For the morons that plague us with the same stupid question over and over and over...
Do you begin to understand now?
Jeffrey, lovely work. Keep going, keep playing, and keep giving us something to think about.
No position or belief, whether religious, political or social, is valid if one has to lie to support it.--Alj Mary
Ironically, the concept of SIMPLICITY is most often misunderstood by simple-minded people. --Alj Mary
Wow, I am amazed by your art. I especially enjoy the first piece. Keep it up. I want to see more!
Are people not seeing what I see? Why is this thread not a million pages long?
This is truly a unique thread. The realest art, I don't know why people arent shitting their pants
Here are a few of my favorites from Mr. Love.
Really great stuff!
Ilaekae, Subtracting, Pavel Sokov - Thank you for the kind words and encouragement!
John - Thanks for posting these experiments - very small daily steps on the lifelong path before me. Your teaching and encouragement mean a lot to me!
Here's an illustration done for an article on Somali piracy.
Your work is stunning! Do you have a DA account?
realy unique stuff love all of it !
Here's a cover for an outdoor magazine with the issue's theme being "Deep Winter".
How big are these? I liked espiecially this oneL http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1289860771 Is it gouache?
Thanks EllionV. They range in size from very small (4"x4" for the heads John English posted) to very large (22"x30"). The image you're asking about is a mixture of a lot of things, acrylic, watercolor, cardboard, construction paper ink, gouache, all done on various surfaces (illustration board, watercolor paper, bristol, regular printer paper), torn or cut up and collaged onto a board. It was a very intuitive piece, and I just grabbed whatever was at hand - having a deadline was probably the only way I was able to complete it!