Spies, Lovers, Traitors

The following was an experiment of typeface, coloring, and a famous photograph from the Rosenberg Trial of 1951. This piece was part of my attempt at discovering a unique artistic style.  | Created with Adobe Photoshop CS4.

Any Other Universe: Conceptual and Stylistic Development of a Made-for-the-Web Comic by Reid Peterson (My Senior Paper)

The following senior project is about the conceptual and stylistic development of a web comic called Any Other Universe. Visuals heavily emphasize the development process of the comic, speculating on the direction of to-be-published installments. These works are intended to introduce the main characters, the central storyline, the setting, and basic premise of the web comic. This project works in tandem with a fellow senior project: the AOU Website, created by Darren Sorrels. Continue reading “Any Other Universe: Conceptual and Stylistic Development of a Made-for-the-Web Comic by Reid Peterson (My Senior Paper)”

Where Devotion is Due

The other night I was working on some artwork for a friend’s birthday. Once complete, I was surprised to discover that four hours had passed! I had sacrificed time I could have spent doing homework (like studying for an exam that following day). However, I decided my efforts had been well worth the cost, because this was important to me: I really wanted to bless my friend and to show her how much I cared.

But then a question rose up within me. “Why don’t you spend this much time on Me?” Continue reading “Where Devotion is Due”