Finally, I've done this project. I quite like this 3D paper illustration I made for a Okido project. I create a game for a kid, finding all the yellow birds in this wood. It hurts my eyes so bad, but glad to see the outcome.
I got a brief for my illustration final project, I have to make a 20 x 20 cm illustration for print in Okido magazine, either a game or a story. I decided to make a paper illustration, to make it more interesting and eye-catching. Kids would love to stare all the details in this forest scene and find all the yellow birds. Here're my half way..
A Korean-American born illustrator, Esther Kim born in Los Angeles, who spent her teenage years in Tokyo. She is inspired by the fashionable girls in Tokyo and L.A.. Both cities have been very influential to the development of her aesthetic. Her drawings have a girly sweet feeling and are detailed yet simple.
Her first big assignment was for Nylon Japan in 2007. Since then she has worked with many brands including Ellegirl Korea, Human Potential, Nylon US, Urban Outfitters, and more. This spring she has different t-shirt projects coming out with Anna Sui, Heather and Nissen. more interviews here.
Amazing drawing, cute and got a style.Estherlovesyou? I love you too Esther!
I went to Okido Pop Up shop at Brixton after class to see my works there. The shop was very small but full of inspirations. There were kids drawing everywhere, I can feel what happened here on the weekend. It must be much fun !
Here's my work,
I'm so glad that I decided to join this class today. It was very fun making the stopmotion. I brought my tofu robots as make the clip. Our group created a story of a tofu synchronized swimming and also add the applause sound clip at the end! so cute!!
We had to create a game for kids, so we draw animals in a big paper for kids to find group of animals, like, which animals should be in a house or in a forest or under the sea. In the other hand, this could be a wallpaper pattern for any propose as well.
This is a game that everyone have to draw one page each but can't see what's in front that page. Finally, it turned out very amazing, like the same story!
And after I send my mini book illustration, I got a chance to see other students works. The one I like most is the mini book that made from cloth and sew through every pages! amazing one, I love it!
Jayme Mcgowen, an American illustrator done lots of amazing works. She uses paper as her tools so her works are more interesting than a hand-draw one. The cutting papers make all the object have dimensions. For me, who obsessed with all the paper works, literally becomes her big fan.
See more of her works here.