Here’s another poster I just finished showing the harmful effects of diet sodas. The letters were made from pouring diet coke and photographing them :)
I know I haven’t posted anything recently and feel quite horrible about it. Classes have been so so busy and projects are piling up…
BUT here is something that I’ve finally finished!
I am so pleased with the outcome of this project for my Game Design class! I worked with 3 amazing girls to create an analogue game from an original digital game. So, with lots of thought, we decided to take the Nintendo game Cooking Mama and make a board game around that!
I plan on taking more professional pictures of the game for my portfolio, but here’s the final product:
And there you have it :)
Third year is starting this week and this is how I feel about it…
How I’ll feel when the work starts to pile up…
In the last few days I heard some pretty exciting news and would like to share them with you.
Last week, I submitted an application form for the Cityfest Artwalk, part of a festival that’s happening August 23 in Toronto. I found out that my work is good enough to be part of the Artwalk, so now I’m super excited!!
You can check out my feature on their website here:
Also, check out my Facebook Page here for some more awesome stuff :)
In my Graphic Novels course, I was asked to create a review of a comic of my choice and portray it in a visual comic. I decided to review Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O’Malley, the first volume of the six comic series: Scott Pilgrim.
In my review, I decided to use different parts of the comic within my review to help illustrate my points as well as draw me, the narrator, to discuss my points.
So, here is my review in comic form!
Hey everyone! Nicky here :) Check out my new Facebook page I set up this past Sunday! Facebook.com/nicoleclariziodesign I’ll be using this page to promote my projects, website, and portfolio. Also, on a daily basis, I will share articles, works … Continue reading
This week is my final week of the first duration of summer school and I’m quite exhausted!
6 weeks really goes by so fast it’s unbelievable…
In my Graphic Narrative, Animation, and Motion, our final assignment was… you guessed it… a Title Sequence!
With this being my 3rd title sequence project at OCAD, I wanted to create something with more depth and raw footage. Also, I wanted to pick a film out of my comfort zone… HORROR!
I picked a pretty well known film called Silence of the Lambs, mainly because the original opening credits for the film is pretty DREADFUL!
So here’s my title sequence: