Tag Archives: observational drawing

Self Portraits on Display

The wait is finally over! It all started with a simple “selfie” using the iPad app, Posterify, a sharp 2H pencil and a piece of 24” x 36” illustration board. Dating back to mid-October, students carefully studied and transposed enlarged … Continue reading

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Color Theory Portraits

Drawing and Painting Update: Students recently completed their “Color Theory Portraits.” A few weeks ago I teased a few photographs of their progress. The assignment asked students to draw their portraits from a photograph and then divide the composition 14 times … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek – Color Theory Portraits

  Drawing and Painting Update: What is better than drawing from the help of a grid? Drawing without one! Students were somewhat annoyed with me when I told them they had to draw images of themselves freehand. I was secretly … Continue reading

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