May 10, 2012 § Leave a comment
As promised, here are a couple examples of the final projects in Drawing II. This was the first time for most students working at this scale (30×44″) and with this medium (charcoal). However, not all was new. The students were pulling from their experience of two types of drawing studies that we had emphasized this semester. One was very slow careful observation and the other was very fast gesture where you draw what your subject is doing rather than what it looks like. The requirements for the assignment were to draw a natural object at least 8 times using variations of speed, line, scale, direction, etc…
Just before starting our final project we spent one week drawing outside the classroom.
Thanks to Hidden Hills Farm for letting us come and draw on their lovely grounds.
We also set up in front of the Student Center to draw free 10 minute portraits!
Thanks students for the best semester yet!