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I found this exercise very exciting as its bringing me closer and close to what I’m so eager to learn. I have realised by timing my self that I draw very slowly which is slightly frustrating as the time frames given don’t give me much time to let me make the images to their best … More Part 4 Project 2 Proportion Exercise 1 Quick studies
Before starting this research point I followed the guide of resources and watched vimeo.co/12016489 The Totor (Jane Lazenby) explained things well and I made notes and pinpointed to keep in my log for future reference. Reflecting and analysing how the depiction of the male and female nude has changed over the centuries. I … More Part 4 Project 1 Research point
This Drawing is my husband seated in his favourite space watching a film. As I have difficulty getting models I think this will be one of many of my husband. Here he is in his grey dressing gown with a blue t-shirt underneath legs propped up on a pillow and poof. I did not think … More Part 4 Project 1 Exercise 2 Emphasising for and cloth
My First 15 min sketch was a simple line drawing of a towel hanging over the edge of the washing basket, I chose this to depict as I thought it wouldn’t be so challenging for me for my first time drawing and concentrating on fabric, as it turns out it was harder and there wasn’t … More Part 4 Project 1 fabric and form Exercise 1 Drawing fabric using line and tone
I am exciting about this next part of the course. I have always been interested in the human form and the naked figure, I realise I need practice and am eager to heighten my perceptual skills. Flicking through drawing betweens the lines of now contemporary art I come across the works of Jeff Gabel I … More Part Four The Figure and the head Research Point
This blog is now structured with the essential categories required for you to post Assignments and Projects in for your learning log entries. It is intended to just help you get started with your OCA Learning log, and you may wish to customise it to suit your particular course. Although we have provided the essential … More Welcome to the your OCA Learning Log!