Friday, May 31, 2013

Junior Year Grand Finale

These past three years at SCAD have blazed right by. There's an incredible amount of growth in my work thanks to the instructors I had this year. I'm really excited to see where my work heads next!

To wrap up my junior year, here is the progression of my last assignment for advanced inking class.

This quarter was perfect for experimentation with new media and software. Here's hoping this summer is just as prolific!

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Drumroll, Please

Sketchbook class is official over. So lucky to have taken the class this quarter. It was wonderful to get outside and work on my on-site drawing. Over ninety pages in counting!

My last pages were drawn from museum exhibits at the Savannah Jepson Museum and also from the 15th story of the Hilton DeSoto hotel downtown.

A lovely way to end another school year. I plan on continuing my observational drawing this summer for sure!

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Classmate Caricatures

We needed a fun day amidst our finals in Advanced Inking class. No better way to spend a Wednesday than drawing caricatures of your classmates.

Never overlook the importance of doing impromptu drawings. Really eases up the pressure of always focusing on final, polished artwork.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Excuses to Draw Rhinos

Just completed my last out-of-class sketchbook assignment. The subject matter was of our choosing, and since I had so much fun drawing elephants, I decided to spend the week sketching up some rhinos.

Oh. And we also drew exhibits at the SCAD museum and went to a coffee shop to sketch during class hours. Have I mentioned I love this class?

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Wildlife Week

Had a blast drawing animals this week in my sketchbook class! We drew from taxidermy animals in Anderson Hall, visited Oatland Island and drew the creatures there, and picked one animal of our choosing to draw 60 times outside of class.

I've really enjoying the freedom to experiment with different media this quarter. Acrylla Gouache is pretty rad!