This one is probably less than 30, I fooled around with my friend but I liked the look of the lines I made.
I really liked the model's short poses. All of these 1's are from the same model, she has so much fun when posing.
I seem to be in love with this drawing the most out of this bunch. I don't know why, I just find it the most interesting thing to look at.
THIS WAS SO HARD TO DO. I didn't feel like moving places when this happened, so I thought I'd give myself a challenge and try it out. It didn't turn out as bad as I thought it would!
15's and I have a love and hate relationship. They're good, but I just can't bring myself to keep working on it after 10 minutes. I hesitate a bit thinking, "should I add more detail? No, I don't have time!" when actually I do. Or, "I'm rendering this part too much, do I have time to finish the rest?!"
Unfortunately I didn't take a picture of my ink assignments that were due last week. But here's the assignment before that one which was to create a self-portrait and figure study using greys, blacks, and white paper.
I disliked this project immensely. I understand the purpose and I can see what the assignment was trying to teach us, which is blocking out the different values. It was just too bizarre of an assignment and it was waaaaaaay out of my comfort zone.
So why am I posting them? Because I might as well, I think my portrait turned out decently. Heck, even my camera recognized it as a face! Also my teacher took both of them and are going to be displayed in the hallways (well, I couldn't find it in the pile and she says if it wasn't there she's using them).