Essential elements

Project 3: Form Exercise 2 Essential elements This exercise was a task to draw a sequence of six different poses lasting ten minutes or so. This is something I have been tasked with at each of my weekly life drawing sessions, and I have had varying degrees of success. In the last session I started … Continue reading Essential elements

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Research point: Foreshortening

Foreshortening Foreshortening is an interesting concept, and is something I've found quite difficult. Foreshortening, which was developed during the Renaissance, can be defined as the following: "to shorten by proportionately contracting in the direction of depth so that an illusion of projection or extension in space is obtained" (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/foreshorten) I had a couple of attempts … Continue reading Research point: Foreshortening

Formatic Feedback for Part 3 / Assignment Three

As with my earlier Assignments, I opted to receive written feedback from my tutor, and I have tried to summarize and reflect on this feedback. I have used italics for the feedback and added my own comments and thoughts in standard text: Overall Comments Getting closer to working out a relationship with charcoal - still … Continue reading Formatic Feedback for Part 3 / Assignment Three