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Visual Art/Design

Making some kind of visual art/design everyday
365 outputs

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On March 3rd, 2019 I joined Futureland, which was one of the best decisions. All of this was because @internetVin convinced me to start a high-frequency output on this platform. Using Futureland as a tool in my everyday life has made me become a better visual artist and designer.⁣

As a visual artist/designer creating something every day for 365 days, I would never know what to create. In the beginning stages, I often looked at existing art and tried to alter them to make them my own, only to realize that this process was ineffective because I wasn’t really learning much and I was copying other art. With my outputs now, I use real photographic images as inspiration and trace over parts I want to include in my output. But altogether, I have become better at drawing and my productivity/speed has increased.⁣

Not knowing what to create and in what style often caused anxiety for me. I would always get stuck/and still feel unsure on how to determine my style. By making art every day, I came across many visual artists and read their stories. It is common for visual artists to not develop their styles early on and rather develop it after several years of making art/designs. To ease the process of “finding my style” I would use the same techniques, brushes, and color pallets often. ⁣

In creating something every day, Procreate was my best friend. You can do so much with this tool and I will probably never stop using it. At first, I would spend around 20-40 minutes creating something, and on other days I would spend 2-3 hours creating some of my designs. ⁣

By sharing my work online to the public every single day, I have become more confident in what I do. Doing an everyday project led me to some amazing opportunities like creating my own Redbubble store online where people from all around the world have been buying my art. I’ve also been selling prints to my peers, and I have started to put my designs/art on t-shirts. It is an amazing feeling to see what you have created on a screen, evolving into something physical, and this is just the beginning for me. ⁣

Thank you to everyone who has supported me along my creative journey ✨ -T.

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Faces. Submission for a school art gallery LED display wall. (Very long video wall)

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Portrait Airbrush Illustration. Magazine vibes
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Rest In Peace

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Series 4: Avatar [9/10]

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Series 4: Avatar [8/10]

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Series 4: Avatar [7/10]

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Forgot to post last night

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Series 4: Avatar [3/10]

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Series 4: Avatar [2/10]

Series 4: Avatar

Series 4: Avatar [1/10] - emotions

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Series 3: “space is the place” [10/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [9/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [8/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [7/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [6/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [5/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [4/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [3/10]

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Series 3: “space is the place” [2/10]

Product design type illustration.

Series 3: space is the place. One of my favourite series.

Series 3: “space is the place” [1/10]

Trying out an animation style visual art series. I will be using bright colours, space themed objects, and different textures for this following series.

I am interested in learning more about this animation style, as I feel like it can be applied on web designs that are either space themed or involve the use of space themed icons.

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Series 2: landmarks [10/10]

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Series 2: landmarks [9/10]

Using Futureland's new functionality today, this is great!

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Series 2: landmarks [8/10]

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Series 2: Landmark [7/10]

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Series 2: Landmark [6/10]

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Series 2: Landmark [5/10]

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Series 2: Landmark [4/10]

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Series 2: Landmarks [3/10]

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Series 2: Landmarks [2/10]

Need to work on my hfo during the day tomorrow giving my self more time to think of a creative way to display landmarks. This is very simple. I like the texturized paper look.

Series 2: Landmarks

Series 2: Landmarks [1/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [10/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [9/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [8/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [7/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [6/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [5/10]

After doing some research about pop art it seems the style of pop art (portraits) I have been doing for the past few days are inspired by Roy Lichtenstein. Roy was famous for his bright and bold paintings of comic strips and everyday objects. He also used Ben-Day dots; a system to increase tonal range in commercial printing using a dot screen method.

On the other hand, Andy Warhol specifically focused on everyday objects such as soup cans or cardboard boxes and made it into an icon. He would also use images of famous people (e.g., Shot Marilyns).

For my outputs, I think I will continue to focus on adopting Roy Lichtensteins style with bright colours and the use of dots. I will also try to depict distressed women as Roy did in his works as well.

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Series 1: Pop Art [4/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [3/10]

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Series 1: Pop Art [2/10]

Series 1: Popart

Series 1: Pop Art
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80 more outputs until I have reached exactly 365 days of consecutive output.

I often struggle with not knowing what to create for my outputs because I start my output without an end goal in mind. I usually do this by, scrolling on Pinterest to get inspiration and recreating something in my own style or just finding something that sparks a bit of interest in me and drawing it.

This results in a piece of visual art that isn’t very relatable to myself or others who perceive my art. For the next 80 days I am going to adopt a much more structural approach with my daily outputs.

Yesterday I took some time to plan out 8 different series I want to adopt. Each series is a different concept that I am interested in learning how to visually represent. I will also be using new techniques and methods I have not used before.

For today’s output I am focusing on Pop Art. I used vibrant colours and a dotted retro brush tool to give it an Andy Warhol pop art feel.

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Fred Vanvleet

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H.E.R

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Mia.

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Going to start working on creating a personal colour palette for myself. This way I can be consistent with the type of shades I use for my hfo.

Sticking to similar colours might also be restricting, will experiment with this.

Used light colours today.

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Follow God

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Played around with illustrator today.

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Forgot to post yesterday

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Mac.

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Beyoncé

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Ice Cube.

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Alicia Keys.

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Sade.

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Donald Glover.

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Tupac Shakur.

Frame series starts here.

Ye.

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Summer Walker.

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Poster inspired by Schoolboy Q’s album Crash Talk and his song “Floating”.

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All I could do today

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64 Impala.

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Album cover.

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Not happy with this today. Spent a lot of time trying to draw a bike while looking at one. Found it hard to make it look realistic.

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AF1

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Some coy fish and a lotus flower tonight.

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Tried something new today.

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“Just being human” poster.

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Today Saphera and I created a visual piece that incorporates a face and some sort of text. I like the word fluid because it represents a constant state of flow or something that changes often. This is a word I resonate with.

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My mind is blank tonight lol

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Something simple for tonight

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Inspired by Travis Scott’s Netflix documentary - “Look Mom I Can Fly”.

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Inspired by album Negro Swan by Blood Orange.

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Today I did a quick face sketch in my sketchbook, later scanned it, and imported it as a jpg into procreate. Using the ‘multiply’ blending mode, I was able to eliminate the white background from the scan and multiply the darker areas on the scan.

I then traced over the dark areas the blending mode was able to pick up. I did this using a pen and played around with some paint brushes.

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Textures.

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Been losing inspiration lately for my hfo. I find that when I wait till the end of the day to do my hfo I just want to get I out of the way. This results in an output that doesn’t really push my creative abilities or is very boring for me.

I think I need to spend more time thinking about new techniques or skills I want to learn, and being more focused…

This one is titled “I don’t know”.

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Jellyfish 03.

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Jellyfish 02.

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I have been fascinated with jellyfish recently and I thought about making some of my own. I enjoyed mixing and blending colours to make certain areas pop. I think I will do a series of jellyfish for my upcoming hfo’s.

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Didn’t really feel like doing much today, here are some simple water waves.

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Bubble Gum Vibes. I spent a lot of time fixating on details of the hair and facial features for my hfo today. I often use the airbrush tool for my art to enhance the shading.

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Jorja Smith portrait.

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Tyler The Creator.

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A simple good vibes neon sign.

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Pillow talk.

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Snake Texture Design.

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This design is inspired by 'Like Me' on Steve Lacy's album - Apollo XXI.

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Billie Eilish.

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Nike AIR FORCE 1

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Inspired by J Cole's song Everybody Dies, specifically the music video.

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Grapefruit.

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Chloe x Halle

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Wafia - an Australian singer/songwriter.

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Inspired by Daniel Caesar’s new album CASE STUDY 01.

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A synth wave/vapour wave type design.

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Blue waves.

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Blues.

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This is inspired by @jacquelindeleon, an artist I follow on Instagram. She challenged her followers to recreate a design in their own style and this is what I came up with. I'm also going to be experimenting with shades of blue for my upcoming hfo's.

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Created this using an isometric grid. This design completes the series of purple images I have been working on for the past few hfo's. Experimenting with some consistency in colour and a isometric style.

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Created using an isometric grid.

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Kawhi Leonard, NBA Champion.

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Sabrina Claudio.

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The Toronto Raptors are your 2019 NBA Champions. HISTORY. #WeTheNorth

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Portrait of Jessie Reyez with lyrics from one of her songs.

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Jess Connelly.

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Day 100. Really proud of how far I have come with my daily outputs. This design is 'space' themed and also maintains consistency in colour similar to my previous outputs.

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One of my most popular print designs
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Portrait Airbrush Illustration. Magazine...
Series 4: Avatar
Series 3: space is the place. One of my ...
Series 2: Landmarks
Series 1: Popart
Frame series starts here.
One of my most popular print designs
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