Posted in Coursework, Part 2

Project 2: Lichen

When out walking and thinking about Project 2 I came across a lots of potentially interesting drawing material at Scotney Castle gardens. I didn’t have my drawing materials, so I decided to take some photos to work from. Continue reading “Project 2: Lichen”

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Posted in Sketchbook

Dip pen rock

Started to draw a rock on a wooden base with shadows as dip pen practice. This approach was suggested as an alternative to fineliner by my tutor. In some ways it was being successful, as the mark making is generating an interesting approach. It was also, however, being very time consuming and wouldn’t have produced a good final image.

Posted in Assignment 1, Assignments, Coursework, Part 1

Assignment 1

 

Key Points

Preparation:
• convey feelings
• believable shapes
• use of tone, using light and shadow
• a few objects that trigger a response for you
• ordinary, funny, practical or ornamental or a mixture
• Set them up in a space so that they create interesting shapes and angles
• good light hitting the objects at an angle
• make the tones on the object obvious and the light and darks clear
• Look at the spaces between the objects as well as the objects themselves.
• Take the two experimental mark making sheets that you did exploring texture and gesture and pin them up nearby Continue reading “Assignment 1”