June 30, 2016

final projects | drawing S'16


Drawing people, animals, and the city:



Elley 


Stella


Kaityn


Shivani


  Nadia


Rafe


Pamela


 
Madelaine




May 31, 2016

final project | drawing S'16


As a graphic designer, this was an opportunity for the client to be yourself. With so much freedom, Moa was at a loss at where to begin. Looking for advice, she drew what brought her pleasure, and then turned her designs into a promotional piece. 

Lessons learned: Not to center everything. Ultimately, the client is buying your vision. 










May 16, 2016

final project | drawing S'16


Maria designed a party invitation for her mother and best friend - both vibrant personalities, who often dress alike. Attitude and glamour were mimicked in the loose-handed illustrations of Kenneth Paul Block. With marker, Maria moved onto tracing paper, and then experimented with gouache. When finalized in photoshop, their bubbly vibe went unchallenged among a flock of admirers. 

Lessons learned: Focus, simplicity, and incomplete contours.






April 26, 2016

clothed figure | life drawing S'16


Attention to both line and values are seen in these gesture drawings. With the same model, each student's distinct hand is clearly visible. 


Kylah



                                                                                Caroline  


                                                                                Rex


April 19, 2016

life drawing | drawing S'16


The figure was the focus for four classes. Gestures led to contours, combined with values, and then to portraiture. While there was plenty to learn in a short period of time, what emerged was each student's own expressive potential. 


Elley

Kaitlyn

Jaqui
























Maria

April 04, 2016

March 18, 2016

portraiture | life drawing S'16


A light shining from below can add drama. Notice the difference when one student keeps a white background and the other fills it in. 


Caroline



Lynda


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