Monday, May 3, 2010

Sheridan College Open House 2010 (Part 1)

A week after classes have officially ended, there's still two events that wrap up the school year at Sheridan College. There is the annual Industry Day, where representatives from various animation studios, both local and from the U.S. come to view the films created by the graduating 4th Year students. I'll defer to my colleague, Mark Mayerson to describe that event in greater detail on his blog.

The other event is the Open House, where the general public is invited to visit Sheridan College and see what students in all of the artistic venues are capable of producing. Once again I agreed to participate alongside several of our very talented animation students in sketching caricatures of the visitors to the college, and here are a bunch of samples of those folks that I drew. I'll post the rest of the photos in a second part in a couple days, as there's too many to upload in one shot:














5 comments:

Miriam Almeida said...

I love these cartoon style caricatures! You're very talented! Nice work!

jesse winchester said...

FANTASTIC!

I admire both your ability to characterize, but also to see the appeal in each person and emphasize those qualities.

Ricardo de los Angeles said...

I love your caricatures, they inspire me so much!!!!

ROB RICHARDS said...

Pete, your students are INCREDIBLY talented. Beautiful work on your part and theirs!

Luis said...

Fabulous stuff... I see Omar in the background in a few of the pics. Sheridan is looking forward to Omar drawing for us/visitors to Sheridan's booth at the Mississauga Waterfront Festival June 19 and 20 in Port Credit.