Snippets of a Coda in progress:
One of my favourite things to collect as books are other Artist’s sketchbooks because its just a collection of raw imagination and painstaking work. This is my attempt to do the same for each project I do so I hope you guys bear with me.
Using Ink in my work is something that I’m quite familiar with but I usually would like to play it safe and stick to the tried and tested multi-purpose Canson paper. However, for this project, I’ve moved on to fineliner/card paper - Glossy and light weighted. Why? The colour of the ink just stays alive instead of being dulled down. Smudging is a big problem with this paper though. Thank god for post digital editing!
The title logo came about as a result of procrastination and prolong exposure to typographic artists on Instagram Hahahaha I just wanted to play around with letters and incorporate the essence of the project into it. I liked the one with the many lines as it appeals to me visually…something to think about using in the future.
For the Character creation, Google images and in my case, true detective, provided a great use of visual references as you can look at specific scenes that embodied the same feelings the character is going through for the project.
What processes do you go when you do a creative project?