There is so much in the feedback I received from my tutor I’ve started to turn it in to a slightly simpler list of “things to do”: Continue reading “Assignment 1 Feedback Action”
Reading through my feedback there was one bit I didn’t understand, so I wrote to my tutor:
Having been though the feedback, could you provide me with an indication of what you mean by:
“Colour and Tone– …Are you thinking about dynamics and phrasing in your work?”
I’ve not come across this terminology before.
Well, I received feedback from my first assignment, which has given me a lot to think about. For the record I’ll include some parts here… Continue reading “Assignment 1 feedback”
I included the following covering note: Continue reading “Assignment 1 – On its way”
The memory and blind drawing was an interesting exercise, and one that I can see being useful to repeat in the future. Continue reading “Project 1.2: Memory and Blind Drawing”
Unsurprisingly the resultant images from the blind drawing are less than stunning. I found the level of observation achieved by it compelling though. Continue reading “Project 1.2: Blind Contour Drawing”
Made a couple of initial attempts on holiday. The main point is that I seem poor at getting the proportions correct on the contour drawing. I’ll keep trying with some “up front” measures this time before starting. Continue reading “Project 1.2: Contour Drawing”
Started following the instructions with hashes and lines.Rubbed out:
I’ve documented a few more than the “3 favourite” ones, and these are a fairly small selection of the total. I enjoyed this one, and it has underlined how little I’ve experimented with charcoal.