I will continue to use the evaluation framework from my previous tutor for convenience. Although somewhat long winded, the approach does provide me with a series of different lenses through which to consider my work on the projects. Although I’m sure a lighter weight approach would suffice, this approach does seem to be effective for reflection. As I did the preparation as a block, however, I will do the evaluation together as well.
I’ve been working on the idea in several ways, as can be seen from my previous post. I seem to have settled on an arrangement of items on a chopping board, though I’m split between basic vegetables or whether to include the spices. As a first run at a good image I started with Charcoal. Continue reading “Project 3.2: Developing ideas”
I’ve managed to find a Life Drawing class that I can at least attend some of. Its difficult because they tend to be during the day in the week, and I many days in London. This is at least evening so I’m hoping to get to enough of them to make a difference. To be honest it was a bit of a rocky start back. I’ve not done Life Drawing for a couple of years, and it showed. Continue reading “Life Drawing Class”