2006. These are pieces from my college app portfolio. Every college asked for a self portrait—funny enough, my hair does kinda look like that today, 7 years later.

How my day was made May 18th, 2013.
I scribbled this postcard in the SFMOMA last July not long after started at Trulia. [Time stamped Instagram]Today, we visited and it was up on the postcard wall.

How my day was made May 18th, 2013.

I scribbled this postcard in the SFMOMA last July not long after started at Trulia. [Time stamped Instagram]
Today, we visited and it was up on the postcard wall.

Sorry Tumblfolk, I haven’t been sketching much lately because I’ve been heads down into a few freelance projects and a larger project of my own. That, and finding another fulltime gig.

Still, I can’t help but to waste time doodling. Here a few favourite form the past few months pulled off of instagram. I’m @susanl if you care to follow.

found more old sketches (2008).

why I do even publish these? mostly to keep a log for myself, see what I was thinking then and now. not much else. this was before I shifted into ui as my craft, so what these books were filled with were anime art.

it’s hard to believe I wasn’t thinking about it even at that point!

a bunch of january snapshots

Sketch

More of putting birds on things, of course. iPad sketch done on a flight.

Teeny tiny pencil sketch.

Zjarofstars

Jar of stars. 

Zwhiteboard

Making use of the giant whiteboard sticker.

Zsocialist

Scratchy pen.

Zbunny

Early game idea. Still thinking about this one. Plus many more pages of chicken scratch.. Too many to post.

Zpalette

Palette.

Zcanvas

Canvas.

Zbuildship
Build It & Ship It.
Mochicat is a collection of 2D pixel games exploring the usage of progressive music+art to enrich the player’s experience. Play the beta version! (Windows only for now.)

Mochicat is a collection of 2D pixel games exploring the usage of progressive music+art to enrich the player’s experience. Play the beta version! (Windows only for now.)

Something more realistic today; portrait study.

Something more realistic today; portrait study.