Hey Guys, it's Friday which means I have a new time lapse video out. Check it out Below!
I also got to illustrate a 2 page spread for Businessweek magazine! They gave me less than 2 days to work on this one but I'm really happy with how it turned out. The
Watch Me Draw!! Digital Art Time Lapse
For those who are not aware. I've just started a new YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/christinaung. This is my little place to connect with individuals who want to follow me on my art adventures. I try
"Get Some Zzzs" illustration for 5280 Illustration
Here's a spread illustration I did for 5280 Magazine about the importance of sleep and the negative impacts that sleep deprivation has on our health. It was lots of fun working on this particular project especially 3 in
"MONKEY GLAMOUR" for More magazine
Happy 2013, hope you all enjoyed the holidays!! Here's an illustration I did for More magazine's final issue. I was to illustrate the not so glamourous side of Hollywood.
Here were some of my concepts:
Hey Guys, it’s Friday which means I have a new time lapse video out. Check it out Below!
I also got to illustrate a 2 page spread for Businessweek magazine! They gave me less than 2 days to work on this one but I’m really happy with how it turned out. The illustration was for an article about the online real estate market. I’ve posted up some process work below if you are interested.
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Have a good weekend :)
I was a bit stuck with this one last night so I left it to the people on Twitter and Facebook to decide. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me and especially those who really thought about it and even voted twice.
Option B seemed to be the obvious winner because Option A and C were to painful to look at, haha. Here’s the thing though.. I love bright colours and it’s hard to tame myself because I understand that these bright colours don’t always work together but they get me excited!
So, Here’s Option B for you:
And this really bright one just for me and those who are just as crazy.
Here’s an update on the illustration I was working on last week. I posted up a lot of progress and details shots online so if you’ll like to see them, be sure to check them out on my social profiles: Facebook, Twitter or Google+.
Christina Ung creates art from a secret hideout in the “Great White North.” Her palette for artistic endeavors was creatively shaped by myriad of inspirations as a kid, everything from familial stories of escaping a war ridden country to playing with paper cutout dolls.
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