Tag Archives: Charcoal

Figure & Motion: Self-Portrait

In my Figure and Motion class, our last project was to draw a self-portrait of ourselves. Using both white and black charcoal, a shammy, and blending stumps of numerous thicknesses/sizes I was able to recreate a photo of myself. For … Continue reading

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Figure & Motion: Skeleton Drawing

For this assignment, I chose to draw a horse’s skull for my skeleton drawing. Horses are one of my favorite animals, so I thought it’d be cool to draw a part of it’s skeleton. In my drawing I tried to … Continue reading

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Foundations: Proportion & Atmospheric Perspective

In my Foundations class this last week, I have been working on proportion and atmospheric perspective by drawing a striped piece of paper with mediums such as charcoal and drawing pencils. In this exercise, several elements of design played an … Continue reading

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