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Self Portrait – UPDATED

Most people know me as an energetic, fun, loud-mouthed person who always has something to say. I agree with them; but to an extent. Whenever I find myself in a situation in which others are looking for input, whether it … Continue reading

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Self Portrait

Most people know me as an energetic, fun, loud-mouthed person who always has something to say. I agree with them; but to an extent. Whenever I find myself in a situation in which others are looking for input, whether it … Continue reading

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Skeleton Project

Final image: Reference Image: Megi7. “National Geographic Covers.”┬áBarnorama. Barnorama, 28 Sept. 2012. Web. 05 Apr. 2017. This image relates to DMA due to the fact that it shows a great use of value and contrast through the use of the … Continue reading

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Skeleton Project Update #2

Just need to clean up some of the shading as well as remove any smudges on the canvas.

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Chair Project (Updated)

Added shading closer to the edges of the chair to make it appear less flat and have a sense of belonging in the scene

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Chair Project

When designing my chair I wanted to go for an offsetting feeling. To get this feeling on paper, I placed a padlock under my canvas before drawing. This way, when I draw the chair straight up and down on the … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #14

The image displayed above is a fantastic charcoal piece done by the artist Surajit Chatterjee and is titled “Help Me”. Through the use of various values in the piece, Chatterjee is able to create a vast illusion of depth within … Continue reading

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