Throughout my years of studying I have developed my drawing technique and applied CAD to my visuals. Using the line quality I have created and using vector based software to enhance a further quality to the images. Therefore using this technique I have also established a alternative way of working and choosing appropriate colour scheme. So if I were to do a painting I would plan the visual out using this technique. So far the images I have submitted is in a low resolution format, if you would like to see a better version please contact me through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org I have also got this website you can view please click on the link at the bottom left to view.
Biography: UNIVERSITY ATTENDED: LINCOLN UNIVERSITY (From age 22) The school of Art and Design MA Illustration UNIVERSITY ATTENDED: LINCOLN UNIVERSITY (From age 19) The school of Art and Design SUBJECT STUDIED: Illustration BA (Hons) 2:1 COLLEGE ATTEND: LEICESTER COLLEGE (From age 18) SUBJECT STUDIED: BTEC Diploma Art and Design Foundation. ‘Distinction’ COLLEGE ATTEND: WYGGESTON AND QUEEN ELIZABETH I COLLEGE (From age 16) STUDIED: A Level Art and Design Fine Art ‘A’ A Level Art and Design Graphics. 'A’ A Level Business Studies. ‘D’ Gained 1 Credit at Level Three (IT presentation) For the Leicester Progression Accord (Part 2) SCHOOL ATTEND: HAMILTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE, LEICESTER (From age 11) SUBJECT STUDIED: Art: Drawing and Painting ‘A*’ D & T: Resistant Materials Technology ‘A’ English Language ‘C’ English Literature ‘C’ Humanities ‘C’ Mathematics ‘B’ Science (Double Award) ‘C’ FUTURE EXHIBITION: New Designers London 6-9 July 2006 EXHIBITION HISTORY: New Designers London 7-10 July 2005 Lincoln University Degree Show.13-20 May 2005 All Saints Bracebridge. 14-15 May 2004 Lincoln City Library. 6-8 May 2004 IS greeting cards September 2005 – present I have successfully provide the client three and more greetings card collection, the first collection is a series of 35 card designs with the name ‘First Impression’, then the ‘Rather Rory’ a collection of 12 designs. For more information please log on to www.freewebs.com/saiwaiipillustration/ COMMISSION WORK: RSPCA 12-March – 26 April 2004 A voluntary Commission work for the RSPCA, where I was picked from a selection of illustrators to produces a series of illustrations, to support Lincoln RSPCA Inspector, Mr D Astill-Dunseith (398) for his manual for inspectors.
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