cristi lópez

I am a second year Illustration major at Ringling College. All work on this blog is my own.

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I haven’t updated in quite a while– I’ll upload more work from this semester once I photograph it properly. Until then, feast your eyes on this beauty.
Cristi López 2014

I haven’t updated in quite a while– I’ll upload more work from this semester once I photograph it properly. Until then, feast your eyes on this beauty.

Cristi López 2014

wine labels for illustration class

Cristi López 2014

portrait of Ellyn, done in Adobe Illustrator
This was a lot of work and a great learning experience– vector portraits are deceivingly complex! It was refreshing to work in such a clean and graphic style.
Cristi López 2014

portrait of Ellyn, done in Adobe Illustrator

This was a lot of work and a great learning experience– vector portraits are deceivingly complex! It was refreshing to work in such a clean and graphic style.

Cristi López 2014

Happy Valentine’s Day from the sexiest aphrodisiacs in town.
Cristi López 2014

Happy Valentine’s Day from the sexiest aphrodisiacs in town.

Cristi López 2014

quick sketch of Yolandi Visser, done in vine charcoal
One of my present goals is to keep the feeling of quick, rough drawings like this in my final illustrations. I’ll be working more in this style from now on.
Cristi López 2014

quick sketch of Yolandi Visser, done in vine charcoal

One of my present goals is to keep the feeling of quick, rough drawings like this in my final illustrations. I’ll be working more in this style from now on.

Cristi López 2014

lumozzi:

A doodle I did with my Boo… it’s a Boodle.

lumozzi:

A doodle I did with my Boo… it’s a Boodle.

Don’t cry so much, sweet girl. 

It sours your milk-like skin and you spoil through the pores.

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I love you, Ellyn. 

Cristi López 2014

Cristi López 2014

I found this sketch by my love and me from last summer. We made up a drawing game (excellent for waiting rooms) in which each of us drew for 30 seconds, handed the sketchbook to the other, and repeated the process until this cutie was born.

I found this sketch by my love and me from last summer. We made up a drawing game (excellent for waiting rooms) in which each of us drew for 30 seconds, handed the sketchbook to the other, and repeated the process until this cutie was born.