Live model drawings

Live model drawings live model drawing – 2020 – school project – charcoal/oil pastel/ink/pencils Live drawings on paper and kraft, roughly 80*60cm. Pose ranging from 30 seconds to 20 minutes.

Jack the ripper

http://ameliabakouri.fr/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Jack-l-eventreur.mp4 Jack the ripper Digital edition – 2020 – school project – Pandasuite/Photoshop/Indesign « Your letter for this digital edition is called From Hell » « Sounds promising » Each student was given a letter and had to tell a story based on its content. Mine was Jack the Ripper’s first letter to Scotlad Yard. I tried to bring […]

Cinema book

cinema notebook illustration – 2019 – school project – drawing scenes from films social network ratatouille blade runner social network pencil – coal RATATOUILLE pencil – coal Blade runner watercolor – ink

Tri time

Tri time animatic – 2019 – school project – animatic for a recycling project – pictures/Illustrator/Photoshop Being in art school, we use a lot of paper. This project started with the idea that we should reuse failed prints and failed photocopies as scrap paper instead of putting it in the trash. The product design students […]

Subway

Subway traditional illustration – 2018 – school project – dry pastels / markers / color pencils Illustrating everyday actions.  I chose to to illustrate the subway as it allowed me to translate different representations of movement. The largest drawing is roughly 50*50cm, the others are approximatively 50*30cm. Précédent Suivant

Everyday drawings

Everyday drawings traditional illustration – 2018 – school project – pencils/ink/pens/markers/watercolor It was asked of us to sketch places, actions or situations from our everyday life. Here are some of the drawings that came out of this exercise. They usually took between 5 and 20 minutes to make.

ELECTRO

electro edition/illustration – 2017 – school project – illustrating a song This project is a book illustrating the song Radioactivity by Kraftwerk.  The illustrations were based on the monotony but slow crescendo of the song, as well as the radioactivity itself for the color and the composition. Everything was done on Photoshop.