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test tube rack - various lab tapes, pen - summer '06/senior year
pipets from lab - summer '06/senior year
microcentrifuge in biochem lab at work - summer '06/senior year
pencil drawing - summer/senior yr
red/blue ball-pt pends, summer/senior year
red/blue ball-pt pens - summer/senior year
chemical shelf @ biochem lab where I intern -summer \'06/senior year
assignment: self-portait, whole figure - sophomore
outside Central Park-blue/red ball-pt. pens, Apr. 2006, junior year
my doodles/notes during a lecture while at debate camp in summer of 2005 (the rocket & dog in the corner were doodles other people did)
assignment: anomaly - sophomore
assignment: feet - sophomore
quick, random sketch of my friend - sophomore year
I do quick sketches of things when I\\\'m bored - like this lamp!
unfinished sketch of a friend while in Chicago
assignment: something in your room - sophomore
assignment: hands - sophomore
assignment: individudalize your sketchbook for Japan - this is inspired by the ring I designed (although this got smudged in Japan)
assignment: your choice - I chose this toolbox - freshman
assignment: things that connect - freshman
assignment: your room (freshman year)
assignment: imaginary machine - freshman
assignment: your choice - freshman
assignment: your choice - 1st freshman sketchbook assignment
school shirt design
Ad Design I Independent Study - project objective: school shirt
Thank You card for Olathe School Board, sans color
objective: design new school tee/hoodie (ONHS) - 06, senior yr
ambigram logo for Faraday Society - ONHS branch (see other picture or flip upside down to read SOCIETY)
ambigram logo-I was asked by my hs's chapter of Faraday Society to create a new logo for them to print on t-shirts, club merchandise, etc.
india ink->photoshop, twirling in skirt (jr. year)
same image, but colored in using Adobe Photoshop - swishy hair is the result of spinning in a chair
sharpie-->photoshop, jr. year
silkscreening on lunch trays - soph. year
printmaking - waterecolor pencil, jr. year
Sharpie before Photoshop
sharpie scanned into Adobe Photoshop, pic taken with Photobooth program while spinning in chair - jr.
sharpie scanned to Photoshop Elements 3.0, cutout - jr.