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My name is Patrick Allen, a Freshman at Savannah College of Art and Design. I actually started a sketchbook earlier this summer, however, I grew busy and was unable to update it- leaving it at a total of two or so updates in total. So, I started a new sketchbook- as a fresh start.
My goal is to grow as an artist- like everyone else who posts here. Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.
For my first entry into this sketchbook blog, I would like to post my portfolio for AP Art Studio in High School. While I scored a 5 (out of 5), It is only high school level work- and my aim is to push into a more fantastical and purely fictional direction with my work. My goal is to be a concept artist, after all.
The first thing I'll post is my Breadth. Its of note that my Breadth is a year old at this point, so I've progressed. I'll post my work in chronological order:
Artifacts from my school's history lab. See if you can spot out what some of the objects are. Some are a bit more obscure, such as a pair of spats from WWII, and a trench lighter from WWI.