A study completed ‘blind’ by not looking at the page or drawing utencil, eyes only being allowed to be observing the life model. This was an invigorating experience and the result prooved somewhat similar to the depiction of Henri Matisse’s figures.
A study looking at perspective, not including a ratio determined scale.
An exploration of forshortening, including a scale of 3:1 at an A1 size.
Life drawing studies.
1. Early ink study from begining of the course using a dowelling ‘tool’ with a pointed and chisel point edges. The study was completed within the time scale of 5 minutes at A1 size.
2. Small A4 ink study created using a Rigger brush.
3. A considered compositional piece, each pose and section having 5 minutes each to complete. This study was produced using ink, a resistent (wax) and charcoal, which proved to be an unusual selection of medias.
Initial week of Life drawing developing our understanding of the bones that make up the human form with the intention of allowing us to produce more accurate drawing when the exterior is included. The study was produced to an accurate size, being a 6 ft charcoal drawing which was completed within 15 minutes.
Roman Catholic inspired independent work completed in March 2009.
Independent work completed in September 2011. Pencil sketch of an eye using varying gradient pencils ranging between 6B to F.
Independent work completed April 2010.
Exploring dramatic appearances of Anorexic bodies, particularly looking at the shadows and high contrast that can be created. This independent study was produced after a psychology lesson on Anorexia Nervosa.
Media: Watercolour and fine liner.
Photo with 3 notes
Idependent work completed in September 2011. It was produced the intent of producing a glamorised image of mythological creature Madusa. This was a basic study produced using caran d’ache pencils.
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