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PHANTOM OF THE OPERA #24 Book and Frames

Hi everyone! That’s about it with PotO I’m going to upload on tumblr:) I will upload a separate post with a link to my portfolio page for the full project. Since this was done in school for 2016 Spring Graduation Show, the designs on my website is all I have for this project. There is a very little chance that this book will be sold, I might bring it to CTN if anyone is interested giving a peek into it! There is a higher chance that me and Grace might be selling ‘Higher than the Sky(Monkey King)’ at CTN this year:D Let’s hope that happens! 

Thank you everyone who commented and sent me messages of love for this project. I have learned so much through this! Special thanks to my instructors Richard Keyes, Will Weston, Bill Perkins, Paul Rogers, Lou Police, my friends and family for guiding me in this project.

Hi everyone! Since Grad show at ArtCenter College of Design is only one month away. I thought I should slowly start sharing some stuffs of my grad project: Phantom of the Opera.

I know a lot of people asked me about this project and special thanks for everyone who gave so much love to this! Here are some of the frequently asked questions about the project.

1. Is this an animated film?

No. It is a visual development project which consists prop design, set design, key scene paintings and some character designs.

2. What exactly is this project? class hw?

It is just a personal project I’ve been working on past two terms outside class, but under the guidance of amazing instructors: Richard Keyes, Will Weston and Bill Perkins.

3. Are you printing as a book?

Yes, but not for sale unfortunately;-; the book will be displayed during Grad Show.

Hopefully I can get to add some of my thoughts and process when I’m uploading some work..if ANYONE is interested…which is actually super embarrassing since I’m not even a professional artist yet;-;

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The Oversized Scarf: The Liberty Way to Tie a Scarf

Using an oversized scarf from Richard Weston’s AW10 collection, Liberty’s scarf expert Laurenne shows how to do a criss-cross scarf tie.