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October 25th, 2009 #66
20 Minute Self-Portrait
A quickie self-portrait I did while watching U2 Live on YouTube.
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Figure studies I did after I found out class was canceled today. So, I went in the library and found a book called "Anatomy from the Masters" or something like that and I decided to draw them.
October 27th, 2009 #68
Figure Studies and Self Portraits
Here are some female figure studies I did today. From the same book I used to draw the male ones. Can't wait for figure drawing class to begin. We get a REAL model then.
Here's a study I did of a dead wasp. I found it laying on the ground and held it up by its wing to draw it.
And here are two self-portraits. This one I did yesterday while looking into the glared reflection of myself on a piece of glass. Pen and ink.
And this one I did today in about 10 or 15 minutes. It's off of the photo on my driver's license.
October 28th, 2009 #69
Quickie Self Portrait
This is another self portrait I did just now. I wasn't going to have time to do one later today, so I did one today at 1:15am or so just to get it out of the way for the day.
October 29th, 2009 #70
Just doodling during my Intro To Modern Art class. Took about three or four of those figure studies and a face from that da Vinci book I have.
October 29th, 2009 #71
Still Life and Perspective Study
This one is from class today. It's a still life of the root or limbs of some tree or something. I can't really give a better description than that.
It's pen and ink with charcoal and yellow pastel.
The next one here was a perspective study I did of the library. My cell phone has blurred the picture, though. Maybe I'll update it with a better picture when I get a chance.
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need lot of improvement dear...
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October 30th, 2009 #73
No kidding. I've really only been seriously trying to work at getting better for about the past two months, so give it a little bit more time.
However, I shall take your vote of confidence and attempt to use it to my advantage. Nothing drives an artist more than brutally honest critiques.
October 31st, 2009 #74
Sorry for the lack of an update yesterday. My basement flooded and I spent the whole day sucking up gallons upon gallons upon gallons of water and making sure nothing hit the electronics.
This is something I did for a project in my 3D Modeling class. It's just a fetus creature with a scorpion tail.
October 31st, 2009 #75
Practicing Oil Paint in Painter X
I never tried using the oil brushes in Painter X in this manner before. I decided to mess around for learning experience and attempt to paint a portion from "The Death of Marat" by David. I can't quite get the same effect the painting has. This is too smooth, not rough enough.
Fun experiment, though.
November 20th, 2009 #76
Sorry for the lack of updates, guys. Our scanner took a dump and I'm waiting for HP's replacement to arrive. This is a still life drawing I did today just to do one. This wasn't an assignment. The second one I did today was, however. I don't have a picture of the second one, so here's the first one.
It's some tree stump thing with a rope and some sort of animal bone or something under it with a plastic egg.
Until I get the printer/scanner back, this will have to do.
November 21st, 2009 #77
Final Project Ideas for 2D Design
(These are just ideas I use as a reference for what I'm going to have to build with other materials. Rocks, string, tree bark, wood, paint, etc...)
I promise I will upload REAL sketches and work soon. I'm just waiting on our replacement scanner to arrive. I'd use my cell phone's camera, but it's not that good with smaller drawings. It makes them really fuzzy.
These are ideas for the final cut-paper project in my 2D Design class. We're allowed to use whatever textures and paper we want to achieve our goal. These will be constructed with certain materials.
This is just one idea. I'll be posting more as I finish/think of them.
"Fire and Brimstone" idea.
I'm embarassed to post these on account of I know just how much the followers of CA.org are into the traditional drawing and painting methods. Believe me, I'm not a fan of the modern art push that my school puts on us any more than most of you are. I'd much rather be in a class learning how to paint in classical methods. However, until I get into my painting class, this is what you're getting. Sorry for the modern art designs ahead of time.
Last edited by Wilsty; November 22nd, 2009 at 09:59 PM. Reason: Adding a second image
November 21st, 2009 #78
I have some advice. so just stright to it realy...
Stay away from the smudge tool! dont even thing about it.... I know some realy good people use it. but they realy know what they are doing
no hard felings- Tim
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