And following my last cover… my last ever drawing for the Ubyssey. It’s been a good four years.
The last cover I will ever do for the Ubyssey u_u
A series of drawings for a bus etiquette article from a while back. One of these passengers is a little strange, though…
Front page illustration from a while ago for this article.
Posting some stuff from a while ago…
Anonymous said: What program do you use for your illustrations? :3
Photoshop. All Photoshop (CS6, to be specific). But some are done traditionally, too.
A continuation of the cat dates comic from last year (well, more like a re-make). Story by Ming Wong.
We’re in the midst of election time! I’ve been told this looks a little reminiscent of Bee and Puppycat, of to which I say yay cuz I like that show. I used the same colours for multiple items just for consistency, but now I realize it might look like she’s wearing a woolen shirt made from the coats of her little friends…
I finally used this style my sketchbook is stuffed with for the Ubyssey! The character is inspired by a mix between Alan Rickman in Bottle Shock and Anton Ego from Ratatouille. The thought bubbles were supposed to illustrate ingredients that would never be in wine, but I just looked them up and it turns out they all can be! How disappointing. That’s why we must properly do our research first, boys and girls. I still like it as a drawing anyway.
The article it accompanies: [link]
Tomorrow’s front cover drawing: about 14 UBC teams have not yet been guaranteed varsity status (read more») so we used the old high school who-gets-picked-last metaphor to illustrate it.
Guess I forgot to upload this…it’s from a little while ago. Regarding this feature.
Illustration of a hungry student for a story on this food festival where you can get cheap 3-course meals. Looks more like thanksgiving dinner than a 3-course meal…oh well.
Doctor who at UBC! The drawing is nothing compared to all the great fan art out there, but I was strapped for time… -_-
I’ll do a better one later, I promise.
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