This piece was created with pen and construction paper. The purpose of this piece was to further our understanding of line and contour.
This was a sketchbook prompt where we had to make a cut out on the first page so that the page behind it was shown through. The object in the cut out was to be the man subject of both pages and once you flip the page the meaning or overall drawing was supposed to contrast the other. My concept for this sketchbook was "The Love-Hate Relationship" where the first page (left) is depicting how a woman is being treated by her partner when they are in public as opposed to the second page (right) is how her partner treats her when they are alone. The media I used for this piece is marker and pen.
For this sketchbook, I recreated The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo and gave it my own meaning. I used marker and pen to complete this piece. Instead of being about the creation of Adam (man), it was portraying that when we were all created, God created us equally.
This piece was created after the prompt, "What are you afraid of?" I chose to depict that being by oneself and inside your own head is the most dangerous and scary thing anyone could do. It's terrifying that one's mind can torment a person the most. I used a stippling technique with a fine tip marker to create the piece.
For this piece, there wasn't necessarily a prompt, but the class' instructions were to incorporate a magazine cut out. The theme of my piece is about soulmates, and how they can be from different realities and still be a good balance for each other. One was from the world of night, and the other from day. I used colored pencil and marker to complete this piece.