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Hello! My name is Isabelle, but you may simply call me Zaby.
I am a young French-Canadian artist who is currently studying Cartoon Animation in Montréal.
I'm hoping to find some good artist friends and maybe improve some of my art skills on here.
To start things off, here are some projects that I made during perspective drawing class:
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Pencil drawing of a hand morphing into a tinkerduck:
Pencil drawing of a sculpture of a head. First two were drawn during progress and the third was drawn after deforming the head into a Picasso-esque face.
Some black and white conte drawings of models with india ink background:
A couple of old pencil practices from my last year, while I was in visual arts rather than cartoon animation...
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Oil pastel drawings of three still lives and one city landscape:
Some pencil portraits of my fellow classmates done during an observation drawing class last year in visual arts:
The following pictures consist of 3 major projects done during a composition class last year during my visual arts years.
A mixed media drawing done with oil pastels and black marker for the silhouette (I am aware that her arms are rather short.). The drawing had to include past subjects such as still life, city landscape and silhouette.:
A recreation of a famous painting using acrylic paint on paper canvas. I chose to repaint Claude Monet's "Woman with a parasol":
And finally, a painting inspired from a famous quote. I chose to use a few words from Alexander Pope's poem "Hope springs eternal":
Back in 2010, I had a contract to paint 3 frescoes centered on the theme of Memphré, the monster of Lake Memprémagog. My goal here was to make the three paintings as distinct as possible. You can see that they each have a different version of the monster. One is more of a sea serpent, another is more of your typical Loch Ness monster wannabe and the more stylized version of it is a little bit of both.