Category Archives: Form and Space

Self Portrait

     For my self portrait I chose to to do Andy Warhol Pop art style. I had originally started on a single page sheet for practice with different color combinations. This came in handy when it was time to do … Continue reading

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Creation Story Comic

This story is based on the Japanese Mythology creation story, where Inzanagi and Izanami create the what is known today as japan. In my creation, they receive some help from the deities to create each element of the earth. Thus … Continue reading

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Cannon Project- Mori Shintama

  Mori’s story (and backstory) The story takes place in the forsaken future of New York City. It’s the year 2020, the rise of pollution, famine, and gang activity have increased over the years and has not gone down. The … Continue reading

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Skeleton Within (Colombian Family by Fernando Botero)

This project was to help us understand forms from within a art piece (of our choosing) to mimic a famous portrait and recreate it with just skeletons. The piece I mimicked was the famous painting “Colombian Family” by the artist … Continue reading

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Chapter 4 Reading- “Understanding Comics”

This chapter was fairly interesting as it elaborates on the aspects of time and space in a comic book. I found it interesting when it talks about how time can be used in each frame to figure out the exact … Continue reading

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Skeleton of full arm and elbow

This is a continuous study of the human skeleton. In this study we travel down to the arm, rists, and hands and get an understanding of joints on the elbow.

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Skeleton with muscles

This is a continuation from the previous drawing to the skeleton from the neck to the third rib.

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