It’s a big lady and a little student and a little student for this feature.
The cover illustration for our special 20-page AMS elections issue. The concept is ‘being on target’ when deciding who to vote for (but it could be mistakenly seen as venting anger on photos of the candidates…that’s not the message, I swear!)
This took a lot longer than it should have, with all the cutting of faces, three-colour threshold-ing, etc. I’m pooped. C=(´o｀)>
Do AMS hacks really want more people running in the elections? Well, yes and no. Ubyssey Opinions»
Illustration for a sports story about joining the circus to stay fit. And below is the page design! I think it’s my favourite so far.
Today is the last day of W-free withdrawal. Should you drop or not? Let the Ubyssey help you out»
I had fun using my brush-pen from Daiso for this one. I hope the concept is clear…discarding/picking up new cards representing courses…get it? Now that I think about it, she looks a bit like a fortune-teller with tarot cards…
UBC puts a bunch of money into a thing again.
The NHL lockout has ended so Fin and Thunder skip off hand-in-hand into the sunset.
Blueprintish illustration I did of UBC campus highlighting a few buildings for our architecture supplement»
And one more illustration for the satire issue. This is the back page of today’s issue so pick up a copy and cut ‘em out!
Adventure Time fan art I did for the Youbuhsee (this year’s Ubyssey satire issue) featuring things from UBC Vancouver! Here we have a purple Toope monster lurking in the background, a rain-icorn (because you know, Vancouver and all its rain), UBC’s notorious squirrels and seagulls, the Ubyssey’s senior news writer Ming the human, a custard daifuku and an ice cream prince because why not.
Images made to look tapestry-esque for our supplement on religion»
The ‘welcome all’ one and the question mark one were illustrated by Kim Pringle :)
It can be difficult to represent religion in images without looking tacky, so we finally settled on the fairly all-inclusive idea of tapestry/embroidery/fabric art. I think it kinda works.
If the AMS can’t sell their beer, there are always the engineers.
It’s exam time soon, so here’s a survival guide I helped put together! (http://ubyssey.ca/culture/exam-survival-guide456/)
I don’t have a lot of photo-manipulation experience so I hope the composite is reasonably believable :P
(p.s. if you can see it, I etched credits for Kai and I in the corner of the desk)