Oct 22, 2011

3D! actual 3D touchable....heads

Hello people, I shall show you what my 3D classes have been like. Last year I did some fun and frustrating stuff ehem... cardboard head, this year is all limited to sculpture, but I'll show you both.

First let's look at my cardboard head, yay cardboard! yay cuts in my fingers! yay olfa knife! I think you got the idea... we were supposed to do our head with cardboard for this project, It was a really hard one, but I do think I got something from it since this was my first time thinking about how the human head was structured. I did this project around october last year, and I think it was a good thing to take some photos of it in process.

And now... The final piece!

Now I'll show you something from my sculpture class. I also learned a lot about the head structure from doing this; nothing like a three dimensional approach to the human head to learn how to handle it. I was supposed to make the head of one of my classmates but she wasn't there so I ended up doing a sculpture of another sculpture. Here the model:

And here is my sculpture on clay

I actually enjoyed doing the second one, it was like a break for some of my hardest classes *cough*computer involved classes*cough* I also felt happy with the results, I probably also like the fact that I was doing someone else's head because when I try to do something related to me it just... is more difficult.

Oct 6, 2011

Hello again! Early life drawing...

Sooo.... Here I am again, I know I abandoned this blog for a few months, but hey! the first month of school isn't easy! especially if it is in another country with a different language and culture. Anyway, I'm here now. I'll let you know about my artistic background. I've studied art for one year so far, and now aiming to get into animation (unfortunately not very lucky on this) I'm starting the second year of my art education. The first year, as the name of the program suggests, introduced me to the fundamentals of art. I studied drawing, painting, design... all in their most basic forms of course. Today I'll show you some of the life drawing stuff I did back then. I drew all of this about 6 months ago, and at that moment I felt it was awesome, but now that I look at it, it feels like I'm looking at some really bad drawings I wish I had never made. Anyway, you have to do bad stuff before doing something like a master right? I'll show you some of my more recent drawings later.

The two big drawings are the ones I still kinda like...