Monday, April 11, 2011

Skelies

This is part of a series I've recently been working on. Please enjoy my little Skellies!

Title: Toys for Tots
 This an actual lithograph print, also this is the first in the series of my infant skeletons.

This piece is a promise i'm making to myself and to any future kids i might have.



Acetone again with matte. Such a cute little guy with his balloon, which is as big as his freackin head!


If his bones were hollow he would fly away......up up and away with my beautiful my beautiful ballooooon



Title: Evil: Hear, Say, See....
This one is more of a mix of acetone transfer, ink drawings, and matte.

Favorite part of this was drawing the eardrum. (i really want to see one in real life)



Title: Go Fish
Technically this is an acetone transfer.

I've never done a series before but these infants were really fun to draw over and over again. I love them!


Title: Sunkiss
This is actually an acetone transfer w/ monotype color.



Title: Ties that go Deeper
 Last in the series, also a lithograph on stained paper.

This piece is very personal to me. Let's just say that it takes more than just being birthed by a woman to make her your mom.


it's more than title
and it's deeper than blood


3 comments:

  1. Have you ever considered character design/concept art/ animation related prospects? those are such neat skeletons, with lots of personality. they say you should never start with big companies like dreamworks or pixar... and that people in animation business do not sleep at all... well, we will never know since we never tried (omg, i am still recovering from this traumatic experience of being once rejected from pixar)

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  2. Hmm, never really considered working in those fields but it would be very interesting. Honestly i wouldn't even know were to start.
    You tried out for pixar? That is awesome Yulia!
    I have heard that the big companies like dreamworks/pixar/disney end up stealing your life precious. lol

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