September 28, 2014

gesture line | life drawing f'14

An Architect is trained in the more practical, and less sentimental, use of line. After some uninspired attempts, Augusto goes for a rhythmic - far sexier line - better suited to the curves and flexibility of the human body. 

September 21, 2014

Killer Heels at The Brooklyn Museum | drawing f'14

Stepping out of the classroom brought with it the opportunity to hone skills: From Fernando's rhythmic footing - after some awkward first steps; to Alexa's seductive skill with marker; to Max's delicate en pointe; and to Mai's Christian Louboutin chillin in the spotlight. Here students infused their lines with enough pulsating substance to please everyone - even those with a kinky shoe fetish.  











September 10, 2014

doodles | drawing f'14

Endless faces of time emerge from deep space. Tentacles billow out from a spider's web. Without further interpretation, these doodles simply give the illusion of depth.

Yun Jung


September 03, 2014

sketching objects | drawing f'14

The first day's challenge: How much information can you get on the page in one minute? No time to stress the details, so keep it simple. Pick your viewing angle, focus on shape, add values, and then just a hint of the pattern or lettering. Here are a just a few examples:

August 25, 2014

start of the semester quote

"My contribution to the world is my ability to draw...Drawing is still basically the same as it has been since prehistoric times. It brings together man and the world. It lives through magic." 
- Keith Haring 

August 07, 2014

negative space | SIS I '14

Anna's finesse with both pencil and marker are evident in the portrayal of her boyfriend. Clad in a hospital gown, a comical sense of his defiance fills the page. What follows illustrates his vulnerability - in a more graphic play with negative space. 

July 25, 2014

sketching people | SIS I '14

The streets of New York are filled with funny, stylish, and often captivating subjects. Whether hawking their wares, lounging in the park, or riding the subway, a replication of these transient life-forms builds speed and also tests self-esteem. Take too long and your latest victim may catch wind of your scrawls. Here Lauren fearlessly takes to the streets and Jesse warms up with a book of stock photos.








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