For my Digital Arts course at university, I have to complete a module called Digital Art Processess, in which for out assessment we have to visit 2 galleries (which gets us 20% of the marks) and then write an illustrated essay and a presentation on our favourite digital artist (essay worth 50% of the marks and presentation worth 30% of the marks).
Now with myself being good friends with *lee25 i thought that it would be a good idea to him, not because i know him well, but because i love and admire his work. So i was told by my lecturer to include lots of pictures and for it to be around 1000 words, now i made the 1000 words and included lots of pictures.
This is due in on thursday btw so i really do hope its ok, so tell me what you think, have i done this awsome artist justice? is it amazing? is it a pile of wank? please tell me what you think
Thanks to *lee25 appreciater your co-operation with this, even if you did take like a million years to sort out the information hehe.
editchanged the layout so that its easier to follow
Bro I have to say I love your style.. May I ask where you are studying? I'm at London College of Communications apart of University of the Arts London but it sucks.. so I'm at the moment applying for a BA Digital Arts course for 2007.
This peice looks awesome, how did you do the page layout, in InDesign or just Photoshop?
lol I know I'm going on, but which type of Graphic Tablet have you got? I'm investing in getting one but dont know which model of a Wecom to get.. and I haven't got too much money.
Anyways bro.. nice work.. hope you pass your course!
First off, I'm not studying anymore. I finished my first year @ Thames Valley Uni in Ealing - London, but just had enough and had a nice summer and just decided on not going back. So I am just working at Debenhams Call Centre at the moment to pay back the bills.
I was thinking off re-applying to a different uni to study graphic design but I thought to myself that the debt would be too much and you don't need a piece of paper saying you can design. It shows in your work what you can do.
As for this piece, I did it in InDesign. As for the graphic tablet, I use the Wacom Intous3, think I paid about £180 for it from Micro Anvika by Tottenham Court Road beginning of my first year at uni.