This project was based off of my interpretation of a poem called "The Argument of Innocence." The three phases consisted of a 2D iteration, a 3D model with lighting, and finally a painted rendition. The final product, the painting, is meant to portray the fluffy, cotton-like feeling of innocence as sharpness and darkness begin to taint it. Over time, that initial feeling  turns from cotton clouds into lightning bolts.
This painting is based on a Photoshopped collage of a bland house's thought bubble made up of a map of Chicago surrounded by elements of travel and transportation. It is meant to represent the feeling of wanderlust.
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