Tag Archives: Figure and Motion

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: Comic Project

For my creation comic, I chose to illustrate the story Dangun Wanggeom. Using elements and principles of design, I was able to give the characters in my story their own world within my comic. For instance, line was an important part in … Continue reading

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Figure & Motion: Project Journal

April 9th, 2017 Comic: This past week and into this weekend, I have planned the layout for my comic panels and have started to draw the scene from my creation myth I want to illustrate for this assignment. I decided that … 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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Figure & Motion: Reflection Drawing

In my Figure & Motion class we had to draw our reflection, as well as the reflections of the things in the environment around us. I chose to do my drawing in front of a window in one of the … Continue reading

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Figure & Motion: Creation Myth Research/Sketches

The inspiration for my creation myth comic comes from the Dangun Wanggeom creation myth originating from the country of Korea. Dangun Wanggeom Myth Hwanung (supreme divine regent) is the son of Hwanin (lord of heaven). One day he asks his father if … Continue reading

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Figure & Motion: Self-Portrait Research

I chose to look at some of Vincent Van Gough’s self-portraits because they expressed some of the mental turmoils he suffered through during his life. More specifically, his bandaged ear and his 1889 self-portraits. Van Gough’s self-portraits are known for … Continue reading

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