If you’re following along at home, I was working on some homework assignments. Well good news! I am all finished. It took a lot of time, hours of Supernatural, an aching spine and a huge mess everywhere, but I finished!
Luckily I am a perfectionist, so I’m actually pretty pleased with how these came out. It’s a little strange for me when a physical art medium piece turns out well, seeing as I am a filmmaker, but I am not complaining.
Here you shall see the work of the 21st century artist known as me (with some explanation behind each piece):
(USING HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LINES)
I picked this piece out of my sketches because I really like creating a shape out of negative space. I wanted to pull focus into the center where there is a big giant nothing. I think that’s really interesting.
(USING DIAGONAL LINES)
I picked this piece because while we had to work with diagonals, I wanted to work with gravity as well. Cutting off the advancement of the lines kinda gives it a looming feel and the negative space works well with the design.
I picked this piece because I learned a lot about circles in my last art class and I thought I would incorporate that knowledge into it. It’s really interesting to me how you can create lines and somehow it gives you the impression that there is a while other shape behind another. It gives it depth.
(USING HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL, DIAGONAL LINES AND CURVES)
I really am quite pleased with the results of my pieces from just the sketches.
If you are interested here are my preliminary sketches.
Soon we shall see what everyone else thinks of them!
In the meantime, have a fantastic day!