My wife says that this set of still life images has given me a vegetable fixation. Between the research on cabbages in art and the following I suspect you’ll see her point: Continue reading “Project 3 Ex 2: Still life in colour and tone”
The next of my Life Drawing sessions. We started with a blind contour drawing
Reflection and Evaluation
What went well?
I like the image overall, as stated previously. The items have meaning for me, and I am hopeful that at least some element of that shows through. The drawing was well received by my wife, who will have similar associations with the individual objects chosen. She called it “An homage to Greece” which fits my intention fairly well. Continue reading “Assignment 1: Evaluation and Reflection”
Trying different ways to represent shading and subtle details with line. This includes ball pen, pencil and fine liner. Continue reading “Project 2 Ex 3: Line work”
Experiment with using ball pen and line. I find the use of line for shading a bit of a challenge at the best of times, and so have practised this quite a bit previously:
Thus, this practice was partially to get back into the idea as a whole.
I made a start with the next exercise despite not being fully happy with the last one yet. The featured image is the result. Continue reading “Proj 2 Ex 2: Practice”
A4 sketchpad in pencil. Used a 6H to layout then went over with a darker pencil to complete. There are a few technical errors (pasta packet shape in the left and lid thickness on the central tub) so I stopped there. Continue reading “Project 2 Ex 1: Practice group of objects”