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Food Packaging RedesignIn our Graphic Design class, we had to take some form of packaging (a box, or a wine bottle label), and redesign it in some way. I chose to do Rice Krispies. It’s been around for nearly a century, and I thought it would be cool to give it a retro feel, back in the days where milk came in glass bottles. I used the designs for the Canadian Rice Krispies trio, rather than the American (until this project, I hadn’t realized that Snap, Crackle, and Pop were drawn different for the Canadian boxes. The Kellogg’s site has different colours and designs for these guys).Created in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign

Food Packaging Redesign

In our Graphic Design class, we had to take some form of packaging (a box, or a wine bottle label), and redesign it in some way. I chose to do Rice Krispies. It’s been around for nearly a century, and I thought it would be cool to give it a retro feel, back in the days where milk came in glass bottles. I used the designs for the Canadian Rice Krispies trio, rather than the American (until this project, I hadn’t realized that Snap, Crackle, and Pop were drawn different for the Canadian boxes. The Kellogg’s site has different colours and designs for these guys).

Created in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign

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A quick screen shot of my studio project. I got the opaque idea from one of the later covers of D.Gray-Man that features Allen and Kanda on the front. I’ve always thought that cover looked really beautiful, so I’ve decided to use that look for my cover, chapter pages, and any pages trying to emphasize empathy or joy.

A quick screen shot of my studio project. I got the opaque idea from one of the later covers of D.Gray-Man that features Allen and Kanda on the front. I’ve always thought that cover looked really beautiful, so I’ve decided to use that look for my cover, chapter pages, and any pages trying to emphasize empathy or joy.

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I’m trying to reference what it would look like if my character was sitting at a high table with her hands on a coffee cup. I took a photo of myself and placed it behind my outlines, and it looked so freaky!

I’m trying to reference what it would look like if my character was sitting at a high table with her hands on a coffee cup. I took a photo of myself and placed it behind my outlines, and it looked so freaky!

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Tetris: 1989I am doing a motion graphics project, and it must contain two transitions. I decided to do something based off of my childhood game, Tetris. Though I wasn’t born back right when the game was released, I did grow up playing the first Game Boy before I was able to get the GBC, which pretty much means I lived off of Tetris. The pieces were probably the easiest thing to make out of it all.Created in Adobe Illustrator CC 2014

Tetris: 1989

I am doing a motion graphics project, and it must contain two transitions. I decided to do something based off of my childhood game, Tetris. Though I wasn’t born back right when the game was released, I did grow up playing the first Game Boy before I was able to get the GBC, which pretty much means I lived off of Tetris.

The pieces were probably the easiest thing to make out of it all.

Created in Adobe Illustrator CC 2014

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when you forget to switch blogs, and post on the wrong one (all the HTTYD2 gifs)

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How to Train your Dragon 2: Ruffnut fangirls over Eret in an instant.

The reason why I’m posting this gif was to encapsulate how we (the fangirls) react over our MEN in anime or tv series.

Ruff is so hilarious!
Love that girl so much!

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Adorable cuties..

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OMG, I can’t believe I just remembered this! For those of you who’ve seen Free Scauldy, do you remember when Ruff did her hilarious impression of Hiccup? I loved Ruff’s impression of him, but Astrid’s is my fav! Love her so much!

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How to Train Your Dragon 2 GigposterOur first project of the year in one of our classes (Graphic Design 2). We had to create a gigposter for a favorite, movie, tv show, or game (essentially, anything that your heart desired). I decided to do something for How to Train Your Dragon 2, since I thought it was a beautiful and well done film (super excited for the DVD/Blue-Ray release). Ironically, I wanted to have the poster show things from the second movie, but relate back to the first movie. I wanted to somewhat mimic the ending credits, and the charcoal sketch look when Hiccup draws Toothless in his sketchbook. I found a nice textured brush to get that charcoal look, and I further made it work by turning on the transfer tool (I’m in love with transfer as much as I’m in love with overlay).
Dragon anatomy is hard (I only ever draw people). While the challenge was difficult, I also really enjoyed it.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 Gigposter

Our first project of the year in one of our classes (Graphic Design 2). We had to create a gigposter for a favorite, movie, tv show, or game (essentially, anything that your heart desired). I decided to do something for How to Train Your Dragon 2, since I thought it was a beautiful and well done film (super excited for the DVD/Blue-Ray release). Ironically, I wanted to have the poster show things from the second movie, but relate back to the first movie. I wanted to somewhat mimic the ending credits, and the charcoal sketch look when Hiccup draws Toothless in his sketchbook. I found a nice textured brush to get that charcoal look, and I further made it work by turning on the transfer tool (I’m in love with transfer as much as I’m in love with overlay).


Dragon anatomy is hard (I only ever draw people). While the challenge was difficult, I also really enjoyed it.