Posted in Art and Artists, Experiments, Part 4, Research & Reflection

An experiment linking to artists

On of the challenges that I have is that of considering artistic style and approach. One challenge my tutor left me with is to:

“Link your work to that of others and make it clear
that this is what you’re doing”

Part 3 Formative feedback

So, lets start by considering one artist whose figurative work I admire – Maggi Hambling. To start, lets examine a number of her figurative drawings that I like:

Portrait of Dr David Brown
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Posted in Assignment 3, Assignments, Coursework, Part 3

Assignment 3

Starting

Brief review

The brief for this assignment calls for the following main criteria for the drawing:

  • Outdoor scene in A1 or A2;
  • Shows depth – aerial or linear perspective;
  • Natural objects;
  • Straight lined objects.

The scene selection and approach are closely aligned. The instructions provide the following approach:

  • Preliminary drawings to experiment with the composition.
  • Make sketches to practise the perspective of the scene right.
  • Broad sketches in charcoal or diluted ink and brush and trial other media.
  • With an A2 or A1 keeping your preliminary sketches around you for reference.

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Posted in Coursework, Part 3

Project 1: Trees

On consideration of my feedback from my tutor I’m trying a new format for this blog. I’m going to be starting to write each project up in a single post. I will add to the post as I do the drawings for the project, which I’m hoping will make the intention of the drawing process clearer.

Ex 1: Approaching a single tree

Making a start

I started by experiments in my sketchbook. Continue reading “Project 1: Trees”