Monthly Archives: March 2017
In my Figure and Motion class, we were assigned to draw a reflection including ourself and the surroundings, time lapse of people, and the background. I had to find the right time so that I could see both my reflection … Continue reading
For my creation myth project, I chose to make a comic about the Greek creation myth. In the beginning, chaos enveloped the universe. In the void was Nyx, a bird with black wings. Nyx laid a golden egg and sat … Continue reading
In order to get a better idea of how I’m going to create my self-portrait, I looked up other famous artists for inspiration. I chose to research Pablo Picasso and studied his works over the years. At the age of … Continue reading
I drew two of my sisters and my best friend for practice with faces. I had fun drawing the different facial expressions and realized how the face morphs. It can stretch or scrunch up depending on the emotion.
I added textures to my urban modern cafe made in Maya. I focused on whites, blacks and wood to help give my cafe a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere.
When asked the question, “Do you consider yourself to be a professional artist?” I couldn’t properly answer. In some sense I do consider myself an artist, but not to the level of being a professional. I feel that there is … Continue reading