Lauren Saint-Onge is a professional illustrator and concept artist located in Boston Massachusetts. She currently works as a full time artist at Harmonix Music Systems and as a freelance illustrator.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Finished.

thank you to all the reenactors who actually make this research possible
 in the first place. I can't explain how important you are when it comes
 to helping the public remember our past.
Also, a thank you to my parents who had resources I never could have dreamed of. 
They don't come more supportive than you both.
And also a thank you to Woijech Wolynski, even though he won't like it. He's like a fountain of invaluable information when you least expect it.




4 comments:

  1. This looks great Lauren!

    How did you make this book. It looks so good and professional!! Are the pictures computer printouts that you just glued in? or something more sophisticated? Because it looks soo nice!

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  2. thanks!
    It's a Concertina book but the pages put backwards into the accordion spine. So there's no gutter in the middle of every 2 page spread.
    All the layouts were done in photoshop and then printed at Kinkos ( who have the absolute worst service in the world) and then individually cut out and put together. Now that I know how to do it, it seems easier.

    I am excited to see your Degree project next year!

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  3. OoOoOoOOo......Thanks Lauren...

    haha I do hope my project comes out just as fancy as yours!

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  4. I'm sure it will look much better. especially with vampires in them. ;]

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