Monthly Archives: June 2012

Check and log Project Enlarging an image

How successful were you in copying the lines from the smaller squares to the larger squares? I think that I was successful in copying the lines from the smaller squares to the larger squares. Particularly for the first exercise, which … Continue reading

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Exercise Enlarging a simple flat image

I completed this exercise on 28/06/12. The instructions were similar to the previous exercise except this time we were to draw a group of three or four objects. I chose a group of soft toys and drew a thumbnail sketch … Continue reading

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Exercise Enlarging an existing drawing

I completed this exercise on 28/06/12. It was a straightforward exercise. We were to draw a thumbnail sketch of a simple object and I drew a mug, A5 sketch book p.29 (please see figure 1). We were then to draw … Continue reading

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Check and log. Project Using texture

Have you discovered any new ways of using your drawing tools to depict surface and texture? I enjoyed the exercise experimenting with texture and it gave me a chance to try out various ways of showing texture. Trying to show … Continue reading

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Exercise A drawing with textures

I completed this exercise on 27/06/12. It took quite a lot longer than I planned as I found it difficult to settle on a still life that had a range of textures and ended up spending several days trying out … Continue reading

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Exercise Experimenting with texture

This has been an enjoyable exercise which I completed on 21/06/12. I’ve made notes under each entry in my sketch book, A4 sketchbook pages 28 and 29 (please see figures 1 and 2) explaining what I tried when aiming to … Continue reading

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Protected: Research Point: How Max Ernst and others used frottage

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