Tag Archives: figure and motion

Final Self Portrait

As the end of the semester approaches, I find that it is best to look back and appreciate how much we have grown in terms of artistic knowledge and skill. One of the best ways to do this as an … Continue reading

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Creation Story Comic

As the end of the semester draws near, it is no surprise that my class and I have been given some large scale projects. Projects that require the knowledge and skills that we have learned up until now. This time, … Continue reading

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Internal Skeletion: Dancing Bones

One of the best ways to learn human anatomy is to study the skeleton. The human form should make sense and move according to their inner skeleton and thus if you understand the skeleton’s limitations then you understand the body’s … Continue reading

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Movement

In my figure drawing class my classmates and I were asked to create an image that not only displayed a reflection of ourselves and thoughts, but also captured outside movement. We were to take these separate parts and combine them … Continue reading

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Final Canon Story Update

Hello, I’m back again to give the final update on my canon project that I have been working on for the past few weeks. It has been quite a journey through all of the development, one I enjoyed immensely. It … Continue reading

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