hristine UNGALANG PORTFOLIO
Table of CONTENTS
High school work
High school work: The works in this section display the initial stages of my personal exploration that have, to a large extent, formed the basis on which I continue to grow as an aspiring illustrator.
â€˜Warpedâ€™: felt pen on cartridge paper
Works inspired by personal memories using mainly ink/watercolors on cartridge paper
Familiarizing oneself with watercolor/ink
Manual illustrations: The following depict the beginnings of a deeper exploration of realistic drawings which entail an appropriate understanding of 3D shapes, proportions, and rendering. This section also includes various doodles, inspired by personal interactions, and other abstract drawings.
Imaginary 3D structure rendering with light source
Drawing of a chair using cubical guide
Playing with perspective, lighting, and structural forms
Work in progress: practice-drawings of pipes within cubes
More iterations/doodles from visual journal
Iterations/doodles inspired by nature
Digital Work: The following are works done in a new medium - digital software. This set includes examples of basic typography and layout designs learned, and also images made digitally, which added a whole new dimension to my work style.
Exploring layout design
Exploring layout styles and typefaces on posters
More digital works done in and out of class
Client work: bumper stickers
Client work: pages from flipbook ‘Child Rights & You’
Exploring materials: This section shows a range of works done, both in and out of class, focusing on the use of various materials - be it in art pieces or functional products. A key factor being the interest in the role of materials in product design.
Free-time project: lampshade made of string and starch-based adhesive
â€˜Acerophobiaâ€™: 3D works based on illustrations using various materials to evoke a particular emotion in the best way possible
i.e.: pins were used in this piece to depict unpleasantness/fear
Intro to product design: pencil stand made based on client demands
Structural Packaging - packaging for food items: 1. Chocolate Rum Truffles 2. Cake Pops 3. Butterscotch Candy 4. Chocolate Chip Cookies
Detachable and rechargable battery unit made mostly of e-waste, to be attached on bicycle. Provides light and a charging unit for small electronic devices