Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Extra Credit Comic Slide

This comic strip was created by using a drawing packet and a little bit of imagination. If I could redo this piece, I would make it digital or hand drawn with markers instead of colored pencils to erase the chances of visible line strokes.

Artist Slide Show

Click Here To See My Presentation About Roy Lichtenstein.

This piece was inspired by Lichtenstein's artwork. Lichtenstein often incorporated dots in the background or on characters, which is known as the Ben-Day Technique.

The Impossible Tower

For this piece, I stacked a triangular pyramid, a cube, a large sphere, an upside down triangular pyramid, and an upside cone. To give a 3D effect, I shaded the sides with a light source coming from the front left. I also colored the floor red and added shading behind the shapes. 

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

The Longest Line

While doing this project, I turned and dragged a marker to make one big line. I then used geometric shapes to add variety and color. To add a little extra *pop*, I used a white gel pen to add squiggles on the background of the shapes.

Abstract Letter Art

For this project, I used two 5-letter words. These words were Music Saves. During this project I learned that blending takes a long time and it extremely precise. I also learned that barely blending verses taking your time blending looks so much worse.

Thursday, February 2, 2017