Monthly Archives: September 2016

Perspective Drawings

Within art, you can often find at least one of three perspectives, one point, two point or three point. Advertisements

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Spatial Translations with Planes

As everyone has grown up in very different situations, it is not that unreasonable to think that everyone sees the world in different ways. What you saw and experienced in viewing the previous abstract pictures is different from what someone … Continue reading

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Point and Line: Name

Music has always been important in my life, in both the listening and preforming aspects. It is something that can build me back up when I am down. At some times, it is the only thing keeping me together. Just … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal: Golden Rule

The Golden ratio, also often called the Golden Section or the Golden Mean, is a ratio that can be used to create visual harmony in a picture. This ratio, specifically the ratio 1:1.618…, ┬ácan be found in many great paintings, … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal: Shoulders

The other day, I was sketching in the studio and I got on the discussion of how to draw shoulders with some fellow students.

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Word Gradient

Creating gradients using only words  

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Word Exercise

Repetition: Addition:  

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