Monday, November 28, 2011

Thursday, November 10, 2011

The Tragic Tale of Achilles and Penthesilea

“Achilles and Penthesilea” In my art history class my professor showed us this pot with a painting of Achilles and Penthesilea (the second picture) with Achilles in the act of killing her. The myth goes that Achilles went after the Amazonian warrior queen Penthesilea and killed her and just as his spear went into her chest their eyes met and they fell deeply in love, but they knew that their love was futile because…Achilles had just stabbed Penthesilea and she was dying. I thought that the story was really tragic and beautiful and I wanted to redo the pottery painting in my own style (borrowing from the Greek style of design) and giving them actual emotion in their eyes so you actually believed they were falling in love and also feeling great sorrow because they couldn’t be together.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Jasper and Jill

Jasper and Jill! The Bonnie and Clyde-esque married couple who go on bank robbing/jewel stealing/expensive-works-of-art-napping adventures around the world! Jasper has unfortunately landed himself in the slammer, but thanks to his loving wife Jill, he’ll be out in a couple of minutes thanks to a strategically placed nail file.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

More Disneybound Illustrations

A female Dr. Facilier outfit from Princess and the Frog

A Mary Blair inspired outfit to commemorate her 100th Birthday!

And for Halloween, Emily from Corpse Bride (My favorite Tim Burton film)