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Illustrated Journal – Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns

Quite a trend brought up here. It seemed like it was so recent when I went into the covers for the books int their original print and now I go into the whole thing. My reason for this is because … Continue reading

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Now Machine Concept

The Following is background and an image draft into my Cannon Project at its current stage, more will follow soon. Concept Art of Main Character

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My Hero…

Growing up, I never really had a hero or someone that I aspired to be. I never remembered watching a show or movie because it had a specific actor in it. I just viewed things as they were, good or … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal – Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons

In class we were supposed to read or re-read a graphic novel and observe how the characters are designed and how they move and such. I only had access to three books that fit the criteria in my dorm so … Continue reading

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Skeletal Rib-cage and Pelvis ink sketch.

 

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Review of Lui Ferreyra’s Prismatic Sketches of Hands and Faces

I do not like Abstract art, so going into this I am conflicted when its part-abstract. So I looked into all these pictures with an open mind and I am honestly not impressed. On the surface, it’s just a drawing … Continue reading

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The steps of Silhouetting My full figure

Step 1: Have someone get a picture of me standing in a room where my features are visibly seen to make coping down easy. Step 2: Trace over picture by hand or drawing tablet to ensure a best possible translation. … Continue reading

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Ink Drawings of Limb, Hand, and Foot bones.

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