Friday, November 13, 2015

Journal Ambience (JA) #24.1 - *Advertising/Editorial*, Fan Art & Life Drawing

Hi friends,

I hope you’ve all been keeping well?

Before I proceed to explain the work I’ve been creating, the reason for my absence again, of which I feel guilty and apologise once more for, is largely due to my continual involvement with work for clients that I’m unable to share with you all yet. Therefore, I invested additional time, to create a variety of personal works, so that in the meantime I can share these projects with all of you right now that also help to articulate the avenues, I am directing my work towards.

The collection of work for this JA, will be split into 4 parts, as the title header suggests. Firstly, two advertising/ editorial pieces, one piece of Fan Art (And or advertising/editorial piece) and finally a compilation of new Life Drawings.The first of the Advertising/Editorial pieces is a range of thumbnail illustrations, illustrating my new endeavour to create works, more suited to these industries. More specifically, my intent is to create pieces that promote new scientific and technologic achievements in the world. This doubles as an added incentive for me, to be more frequently current, with what progress is being made in these fields that ashamedly isn’t reported enough in general media that I’d like to do my best to help change. Consequently, I hope I design interesting pieces that people will get excited about and thus will hopefully feel compelled to learn more about the story, I’m communicating.

Therefore, in this post are concepts for a final illustration that promotes the scientific story of the new three Nobel Prize Winners in Physiology or Medicine: William C. Campbell, Satoshi Omura and Youyou Tu, who were awarded for discovering a therapy against malaria.

If you’re interested in learning more about this news then follow the corresponding link,…/william-c-campbell-satoshi-omu….

In terms of which thumbnail concept that I’ll pursue in refining, I think it will be ‘Concept B’. As it seems to have the strongest and most interesting composition. Furthermore, I would like to somehow incorporate the atom symbol that I experimented in arranging within some other concepts I designed. This is to help further communicate that these luminaries are in the field of chemistry, as it is the universal symbol for this scientific discipline.
Technically this story transpired last month, so to avoid such a delay happening again, I’m making a pledge to you - my audience and especially myself, to post new works weekly.

This is obviously to present works, not too long after a story has been reported, so that they’re fresh with current discussions about the stories and that people are informed when they closely happened.

This is actually a definitive pledge that I’m making now, for my output and timeframe between posts, in general. For that reason, expect new work to be posted no later than Sunday 6pm ACDT.

All in all, I hope you have liked what you have seen so far and remember to stay tuned for remaining posts 24.2, 24.3 and 24.4 that will proceed this one, shortly.

As always, thank you for continuing to support me, by following what I do and please like and follow my other domain at:

Furthermore, I do in fact have DeviantArt and LinkedIn profiles, but please keep in mind that they have yet to be updated properly. You can find them below at:

(PS. I have noticed that I’ve received various notifications on my LinkedIn profile and apologise for my delay in responding to them - I endeavour to rectify this soon too).

Lastly, please feel free to leave your constructive opinions and advice below, in the comments section and on the Facebook domain.

Thank you,


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From a young age, Marc Forza has always had a creative flair. He specialises in concept art/ design, graphic design, illustration and industrial design, with interests in fine art, consumer electronics, biomimicry, automotive design, branding and science fiction. Marc also enjoys creating portraits for clients. Marc shares his portfolio, process and development on this blog, as well as on facebook, at Marc Forza Design. I hope you enjoy what you see and return often. Thank you.