Monthly Archives: October 2016

Illustrated Journal

As many pieces are shown in the image each one has its own individual uniqueness too it. For example, the train set show below shows a sense of harmony having all the carts being pulled together with animals or objects … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal

In all these three pieces that were presented in the gallery of the cohen center shows great examples of the use of color. While on the outside the colors are shown as independent once join together in the unity down … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal

In this assignment, a paper with three dark likes filled with charcoal were placed in three different heights: knee high, waist high, and shoulder high. Being told to complete this task seemed not as challenging at first to draw a … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal

A Ordinary Blue Monday by Naomi Van Niekark The piece starts off with high contrast with a white background and dark shirts being spread across in the foreground. Lines have an unbalanced path to them, but make up form seen … Continue reading

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Gallery Walk: Write Up

Gallery Walk Art is a visual form producing works of beauty or emotional power through human creativity and imagination. Behind many art pieces lies techniques that help strengthen one’s portrait to become visually powerful. Every artist aims to create something … Continue reading

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Illuminated Name

      My illustrated name that I created took a while to complete, but at the end of the day I’m proud in how it came out. However, getting the five textures onto there had me stumped for a … Continue reading

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Abstraction Response

Jesus Jaime Professor Schwartz Survey of Animation & Visual Effects 12 September 2016 Abstraction Response Abstraction seems to be the start for every learning artist out there. The concept of abstract art is to break away from any type of … Continue reading

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