Category Archives: Illustrated Journals
The piece pictured above is a composition created by Karla Ortiz. It is entirely made up of graphite on paper and the amount of detail the artist incorporated into the piece is remarkable! The use of value is extremely crucial … Continue reading
Right off the bat I instantly fell in love with the visuals of this article. From the use of basic shapes to create shading, to the assortment of color to create contrast in specified region, the pieces in their entirety … Continue reading
For the colored caricature I added basic colors to the first few layers; most notably the skin tone. I then colored with darker shades to create depth in the various creases such as the jaw and forehead. I emphasized my … Continue reading
In this Figure and Motion class, I would really like to be able to learn more about the human body in order to understand the various ways it reshapes itself under different situations and how it form looks from different … Continue reading
Second study of the human form by replicating poses from a Muybridge image sequence.
Above are four examples of caricatures and one self portrait. The first three from the top of the post are hand drawn copies of other artists work (original artist’s names are included on copy) as well as a caricature of … Continue reading