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Bēhance

  • These are 5 sets of illustrations I made for an article by Diana Camacho of Pepper.ph. It's about the types of people she see in coffeeshops almost everyday. I based each set on the character's personality.
     
    Making these illustrations was really difficult. I'm used to painting, but not digitally so there's a bit of a struggle. Haha. I opted for the "grungy" look (hahaha) so I can excuse some mistakes. I kind of got the hang of it in the end, but my fingers were sore. Still, it was fun (\o/) because I liked the results and I was able to make something (five freaking sets) with a new style.
     
    You can read the full article here. But I included excerpts below. :)
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    The Student
     
    "They travel either alone or in packs, with at least one of them wearing a hoodie or varsity jacket
    proudly declaring their tribal colors (along with their school’s name plastered in big, bold letters)."
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    The Corporate Slave
     
    "One can be easily identified through its long-sleeved polo, understated tie,
    and versatile messenger bag combo."
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    The Hipster
     
    "These are the easiest to spot, looking like they jumped straight out of your Tumblr dashboard."
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    The Power Mom
     
    "She either comes in by herself or with a child (and accompanying yaya) in tow."
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    The Lovers
     
    "As if studying for hours isn’t frustrating enough, there always has to be one couple
    exchanging lovey-dovey stares and giggles a couple of tables away from you (if you’re lucky)
    or outright trying to eat each other’s faces (if you’re not)."
  • This is the header they used for the site when the article was published.
  • These are the sketches I made before going digital.