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BETH PAROW

Beth Parow
Littlewood
2013

My major project for the final semester of the course. It's based on my childhood experiences on my Granddad's farm which was named Littlewood. Two children decide to have a race to a tree on top of a boulder, but the farm may be more dangerous than it seems.

While I specialise in illustration I also have a huge interest in comics and animation. I'm passionate about cartoons, especially those aimed at young audiences, and am inspired by the work of Rebecca Sugar, Lauren Faust, Genndy Tartakovsky and many others. I aspire work in the animation industry, be it in concept art, storyboarding or animation.

My work can be found here:
vimeo.com/bparow
bethparow.tumblr.com
www.behance.net/bparow

bcs.parow@gmail.com

Beth Parow
Zydrate Anatomy
2013

A musical motion graphics sequence based on the song Zydrate Anatomy from the film Repo! The Genetic Opera. Inspiration was taken from the film's use of propaganda posters, and technical diagrams and illustrations in old popular mechanics magazines.

Beth Parow
Ident: Multimedia and Digital Arts Graduation Exhibition
2013

This ident shows the diverse range of works produced by our class throughout our course. Everything is interconnected, conveying the collaborative potential of multimedia and digital art. The paper fortune teller pulling the viewer into a world of paper cutouts shows our futures and the many paths we may take.

Beth Parow
Skeletons in the Closet
2012

An illustration of the phrase "skeletons in the closet". The custom typography conveys the literal phrase, while the character's expression shows the anxiety caused by hiding past secrets, the meaning of the phrase.

Beth Parow
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
2012

A storybook style illustration based on the quote by Isaac Newton "If I have seen a little further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." relating to scientific inquiry and building on what has come before to achieve new innovations and discoveries.

Beth Parow
Fashion Victim
2013

Corsets are portrayed in media as excessively restrictive, but when properly fitted they can be quite comfortable. Unfortunately this character hasn't had a proper fitting.

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