Today's class had us practice manipulating brushes and creating them. Snowy landscapes....I hate my trees.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Here's what I feel was some of the best digitally and traditionally of my life drawings during the CSUFullerton's Pencil Mileage Club Evening Life Drawings sessions WHOO that is a long title!! There shall be more in the future, as the club holds these evening events every Wednesday FREE to members, $5 to non-members....blatant advertising for the club :P
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Good...early morning (1:19am on a Friday morn), guys!!! Just loading up for my professor contact sheets for some assignments for Art 363B.
Photos of shoes to help us with angle studies for our Sequential Art assignment.
Life studies of some poses for my same Sequential Art of "How to Play Fetch with Your Dog". It's the one Dinosuar one from this blog: http://christinaisdrawing.blogspot.com/2010/10/sequential-art-assignment.html
Studying spacial figures and dynamic poses...my models are my best buddies and my wonderful boyfriend right there in pic #7!!
And another eye picture, this time a real one! My proffessor wanted us to get a high resolution of our own eye, one that is recognizable among our class that they'll be "HEY, thats that one chick with the eyeliner and crazy morning hair!"
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Friday, October 8, 2010
These are a compilation of animal gestures done for Art337: Wildlife and Animal Drawing under Professor Tina Schmidt. The first 3 pages were drawings done at a visit to the Los Angeles Natural History Museum and the next 2 were done from slides presented in class. These gestures mark the halfway point of my progress in the semester so more to come soon!
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Monday, October 4, 2010
Backgrounds for my Art353A class. Zoo settings for the Gorilla and Eddy lost on the Jaguar pit. The 3rd one is a test to see how the scene would look being animated with gesture in Flash.
I'm REALLY am proud of both of these since I have very VERY little knowledge in painting digitally in Photoshop. I had a tutorial on speed-painting open in my browser so that helped me ALOT cuz when I had an empty canvas in front of me, I was SCREAMING in my head "OMG, how do I BEGIN!??!" haha
And curves are GREAT....Photoshop people will understand that ;)
Friday, October 1, 2010
For my Digital Illustration class our next assignment will deal with Sequential Art techniques. We had to practice with 3 funny outcomes chosen from 12 comedic ideas we had to brainstorm.
I really REALLY like how this came out. Practice on sequential stuff AND better yet, my tablet and Photoshop.
OH, and the last 3D comic, the idea is credited to my boyfriend. I just drew it out :)