Wednesday, September 23, 2009

"A person's a person, no matter how small."

This is for a class project where we had to do an illustration for an article of our choosing. I chose a recent one from The Washington Times about the discovery of the fact that fetuses as young as at least 30 weeks have been discovered to be able to develop memories.

I've been meaning to try a few things with my art lately, and I finally found the perfect opportunity with this piece. That would be stuff like using a fine line, taking my time, rendering more carefully than normal, and trying to make something beautiful. It was very fun making this one.




The article can be found here, for those who are interested:

2 comments:

Mariella V said...

I know the worst thing one illustrator can offer another is assparts, but seriously, this is lovely. That lighting is just beautiful; you really succeeded on that note.

Kepp trying new stuff; you seem to come up with even more interesting things when you do. Keep it up!

Luk said...

Very interesting approach, I like your work