Monthly Archives: February 2017

Canon World Building

For the canon project in our Figure Drawing class I will be using a Witch character of mine, as seen below. In the upcoming days I will be fleshing out more of her world, her design, and her personality on … Continue reading

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Pelvis and Chest bone skeleton drawings

Continuing on in our series of bone and skeleton drawings, the next section of the human figure to be drawn was the pelvis and chest region. I had to put these drawings on two separate papers due to the scale … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal: My Hero

Recently we were asked who we would consider our hero, and while this is a very common choice and even a bit cliche my hero would be my mother, Crystal McBride. A remarried mother of  three girls, retired Air Force … Continue reading

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Marionette Project

For our first project of the Spring semester we were tasked with creating a working Marionette of a character we had designed, or of a new design we came up. The character I used was one I designed around two … Continue reading

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Silhouette Drawing and Animation

Silhouettes, while seemingly bland or simple, can easily be given life, personality, and be an interesting piece of art to look at if done properly. While I do not consider myself an expert in this, I took a shot at … Continue reading

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Skeleton Drawings: Leg and Arm

Alongside our figure drawings we are learning about the structure and parts of the human skeleton, how they’re shaped, fit together, and the names of them. We sketched them out in ink in our sketchbooks to get a feel for … Continue reading

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Journal: Goals for Figure Drawing

This sort of class is something I have been hopeful for ever since I became comfortable enough with drawing the human figure to want to give them more dynamic and realistic poses, and a sense of movement. Although we have … Continue reading

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