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Illustrated Journal: Tattoo Design for Sister

Recently my sister asked me to design a tattoo for her, something for her upper arm. Our dog that she was very close with had passed within the past month, and she wanted something to help represent her love for … Continue reading

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Canon Project

One of our major projects we have this semester is the canon project, where we were to make a reference sheet of a character, describe the style we used and how to replicate it, and the story of the character. … Continue reading

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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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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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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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Live Model Session #2

Our second session with the live model was recently, and we worked on improving our simple drawing times and then later on with fleshing out the figure. A large focus this time was getting proportions and placing right, hence the … Continue reading

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