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Student of the Week: Arielle Jovellanos

This week’s student of the week is Arielle Jovellanos. She specializes in character development and brings energy into them through strong storytelling and acting.

Scroll down to view a sample of her work and artist statement:

Arielle JovellanosThe Ghostmanship Program, Senior Thesis 1, Jordin Isip


Arielle Jovellanos, Excerpts from her senior thesis film, Intangible, Senior Thesis 2, Todd Lambrix


Arielle Jovellanos, personal sketchbook page


Artist Statement:

I have an unhealthy love for stories and characters that stems from watching too many cartoons and reading too many fantasy novels as a kid. (Who am I kidding? I did that yesterday.) I’m interested in energy and movement and how your design choices can make an entire world come to life. I think it’s pretty awesome that an artist can instantly cause an audience to care about a bunch of lines, once you give that bunch of lines a personality. To me, filling out Word documents is just as important as filling out sketchbooks. When you combine words and pictures, magical things can happen!

To view more of Arielle’s work, be sure to visit her website at: paper-crane-machine.com