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“How to” Illustrated Booklets

11 Jun

As part of an Illustration course in my college, we had to create two “How to” illustrated booklets. One booklet had to be based on something completely fictional or conceptual, while the other one had to be based on something practical/realistic. One had to be digitally drawn and the other was to be hand drawn.

My realistic and hand drawn booklet touched the issue of selecting the right bra when shopping for one. I felt that this was a problem faced by all women. The booklet was designed and folded in such a way that it opened where the clasp at the back of the bra was, revealing the instructions inside.

I am quite tall and I’ve often had friends say that they envy my height. Once you hit a certain age you stop growing in height, so I made this conceptual booklet on how to grow taller once you’ve stopped growing. All content in this booklet is purely fictional and do not try this at home. This was digitally drawn. The booklet was designed and folded in such a way that tt would open up like a pair of pants as the legs grew longer as you opened more pages.

 

 

Details to this project are on this link: http://www.behance.net/gallery/How-to-Illustrated-Booklets/9237953?share=1

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Let’s “Tessellate”

27 May

Patterns created after understanding different colours.

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Amelie – Title Credits

18 Apr

https://vimeo.com/64305325

I had a Motion graphics workshop which lasted for a week. Our final submission had to be the title credits for any movie we liked, incorporating what we’d learnt in the class.

Amelie is one of my favourite movies so I illustrated each graphic on Illustrator and then imported them onto After Effects.
Thanks, enjoy!

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Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain

12 Mar

To view the entire project, click on this link : http://www.behance.net/gallery/Le-fabuleux-destin-dAmlie-Poulain-Title-Credits/8869289

 

https://vimeo.com/64305325

Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain

I made this minimalist poster for the film I made. We had to re-create title credits of any movie, so I chose one of my favourites. Below are the illustrations I made for the video.

Amelie - water stone skipping Amelie Box of things - amelie clouds for umbrella Fish and the fishbow1l Glass man's paint a nd glass Gnome Handkerchief and pills Letter from Husband Nino's Photo book Photo Album Tape Recorder

Website Design for Project

20 Feb

IMG_8044-001For my Project in my third semester, a group of six girls including myself conceived, designed and created the UI for a website which would serve as a platform for artists and space owners in the city of Bangalore to meet. This was in collaboration with non-profit organization Maraa, IIIT-B and Zeenath Hasan of Mälmo University. The picture on top is of the final physical model of the home page for the website which we used during our final presentation.

The first excersise to get introduced to the project is here : http://bangaloreartspaces.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/n3-roof-space-priyanka-mehta/

We had to creae an ideal imaginary space which is here : http://bangaloreartspaces.wordpress.com/2012/08/22/infinitron/

Then a basic wireframe that I created in greyscale is here : http://bangaloreartspaces.wordpress.com/2012/08/30/a-few-wire-frames-all-greyscale/

Priyanka Mehta_Art Spaces-ACK

 

This is an infographic I created out of the interviews we had to take during the course. http://bangaloreartspaces.wordpress.com/2012/08/29/infographic-from-my-interviews/

 

paper planes Website newsprint wireframes Resized3 Resized2 IMG_7969-001 Resized1Iterations and the final wireframes we made for the website. I did most of the illustrations and the final wireframes on Adobe Illustrator.

FINAL PRESENTATION2

 

 

Letterform

20 Feb

hindi script Devanagiri Script done with a reed pen and ink.
All letters with wood stickRoman Capital letters A to B done with a quill pen and ink

Brush lettersRustica Capital letters A to B done with a flat 1 inch brush and ink

wood 4 names reed pen 4 times name monline pen 4 names brush 4 namesMy name done in English, Devanagiri, Bengali anf Gurumukhi Script with different types of pens and ink

Final niyahogi after many attemptsSans Serif English capital word “Neahogi”with the same word in the Devanagiri script created by me on Adobe Illustrator.