Saturday, November 13, 2010

Location Drawing


Layout class in class performance.
It was the first time using marker as a drawing tool.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010


I used use sketchbook to doodle but I finally start to use Photoshop as my sketchbook.
I don't really like Photoshop but try to be friend with it.

Monday, November 8, 2010


11.08.2010/pencil/Dragon palace

11.08.2010/pencil/turtle submarine

These are part of production designs for my thesis based on Korean folk tale.

The palace is located under the sea but my instructor, Chris, said doesn't look like place to live.

He suggested me to add fishes and something like seaweed stuff to illustrate the palace under the sea. I totally agree with his opinion so I'll fix it.

Regarding turtle submarine, Chris and my classmates seemed like design. However I don't really happy with it so I'll fix the shape and add funtional details, and inside design.

Overall, I enjoyed to design this kinds of stuff. This is really challenging for me cuz I've never design the props or buildings before. I found it's not really different from character design in terms of how to develope. So far I like my design.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

visual elements of story

african princess character design process....

It is fun to develope this character but she needs something...I should figure it out. hmmmm...

Layout Design

Japanese Ramen cart in alley way.
value study

Thursday, October 14, 2010

clothed figure drawing workshop

one of my friends said I was improved. hmmm.......maybe but need much more practice.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tuesday, May 4, 2010


portrait (2008)
finger print with ink on kent paper

family (2009)

pen on kent paper

Self portrait

self-portrait 1(2/2009)
acrylic on canvas
45cm x 34cm

Self-portrait 2(12/2008)

pencil on pastel paper
55cm x 39cm


Chairs (9/2008)

37cm x 78cm
Mixed media

Chairs 1(9/2008)
65cm x 50cm
charcoal on charcoal paper

Sunday, May 2, 2010


Women (10/2008)

39 x 94

pen, acrylic, collage on kent paper

Transform the doll into the girl

Transform the doll into the girl (10/2008)

109 x 79

Charcoal, pastel on carbon paper