Monthly Archives: November 2013

Project 4 2D comp

So our last project in 2D comp is entirely directed by each student individually. Its goal is to provoke thought, and it must be at least three parts. So here is my project four outline. 1. Find a farm that … Continue reading

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Masters Self Portrait Drawing Critique

This critique was a bit different than usual. We didn’t get through all of the work which is a bit strange. I think that these would have been cool if we hung up our master’s piece next to our own … Continue reading

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2D Final: Animal Rights

I needed to come up with some ideas for my final project for 2d comp that is based off of animal rights.. so here it goes. My first idea was to split a human and monkey face and morph them … Continue reading

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Reflective Objects Critique

Today’s critique was a bit interesting compared to most.. Maybe it was because it was a break in between drawing a nude..but it seemed like a lot more people were talkative today! There were a lot of laughs, but at … Continue reading

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Isosketch Studies

Let me introduce you to IsoSketch. It is this little iPad app that crashes a lot, is super slow and is quit annoying. BUT it isn’t entirely useless to 2D comp students trying to make compositions. We were told to … Continue reading

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I am an Artist.. I am Vegan.. Any Correlation?

Inspiration is something crutial that is commonly taken for granted. My 2D comp professor asked us to write a blog post about something we are interested in that may not be directly correlated with art. Then write about if it … Continue reading

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Fruit Charcoal Drawing

Today we critiqued our assignment of drawing fruit in charcoal. I think that our class for the most part has the charcoal thing down. We all seem to at least have a basic understanding of how it works. The issue … Continue reading

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