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At 12/28/11 02:34 AM, Lintire wrote: Holy fuck so many photographs. I may have missed anything, but is this for anything? Because you could probably rock up at some kindergarten or two and just use those skills to make the children cry.
Yeah, my art class, hahaha.
The second project in that class was a "collage" that included reduction, so I used the photography for my collage aspect and the bleaching process for reduction. I presented these photographs in a 4 by 4 grid.
Next up in class was painting. Here's my real weakness. Haven't held a paintbrush in probably 10 years prior to this. It's acrylic paint on a stretched canvas. My teachers set up a bunch of items on a table and they were all painted white, so had to apply colour from a found colour scheme (I used a plastic bag I was carrying my paints in).
This is the second painting I did (thank god we only did 2, because I'm extremely weak at this).
This painting was a translational painting, aka we painting from a black and white photograph.
Mine is of a treefrog standing on a leaf. I used a temperature colour scheme, with green as my neutral, blue-green as my cool and yellow-green as my warm.
This is what I brought up in the lounge about a month ago.
We had to make a book that combined words and pictures, and I decided to use idioms as my theme. Wordplay is always fun, and I decided to keep the designs extremely simple, but still playful.
We had to make 3 copies of the same book, and they are all bound through Japanese Stab Binding.
Some of these are pretty cool Jonny. That's why it's a shame I can hardly see them. You should do some color correcting / levels adjuting / croppping before you put it up. Don't be a lazy man, man.. :)
At 12/29/11 06:31 AM, Lundsfryd wrote: Some of these are pretty cool Jonny. That's why it's a shame I can hardly see them. You should do some color correcting / levels adjuting / croppping before you put it up. Don't be a lazy man, man.. :)
I did, pencil work is just a pain to capture via photo, that's why people usually scan it, but my pictures were too big to do so, and the pencil lines are too light on some of them to see much.
At least most of the hard to see pencil work is just boring sketches.