Broke out the oils again! It's been a few years since I last attempted them (resulted in one half-complete half-hearted painting) and a few years before that when I did a bunch of dali-inspired sketches (thank you, high school hormones).
Planning on working with these a bunch in the upcoming year to prepare myself for the Illustration Master Class in June. I can't wait!
This one is a sketch of my dad, which I did in a couple of hours while he was sitting on the couch watching Scott Pilgrim. (He kept grinning, which made it a bit difficult!)
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
So as you might have noticed from an earlier post I've been doing pottery once a week for a couple months now, and recently started taking a more intensive class for it.
This was a figurine that I scuplted in week two of said class, finished sculpting her the next week, fired her, glazed her and then fired her again and just got her back. She's done! There's a bunch of things I learned on the way that I would change now (unfortunatey once she's fired you can't really go back!) but for a first attempt at a hand-built porcelain statue, I think she came out pretty good. :]
First Picture is a process picture - after she's been fired the first time, the glaze when it was put on, and after she was fired the second time. The rest are pictures of her complete!
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
A digital painting I kind of forgot about since it was never finished, but found it today and figured I should post it anyway. It's from a portrait painting class that I sat in with Coro when I was interning for MB - two of the other ones I did you can see in my portfolio.
For some reason I wasn't happy with this when I did it, but I like it well enough now.