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  • Jennifer
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    jenneve58
    Fun and hard. Had to really concentrate on the shapes, not an upside down bird : )imageimage
  • Jennifer
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    jenneve58
    This technique has definitely brought my sketches to the next level. Living, moving animals are definitely harder than landscapes. Using photos and video that you can loop I find is very helpful. Below is a drawing I did do a toad I found in the garden when digging the last of the potatoes. It was certainly an exercise in proportion but also negative space as the garden soil made such a contrast to the toad. I worked off a photo that I took. I am pleased and surprised how well it turned out using all the techniques I have learned so far in this class. Thank you!image
  • Jennifer
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    jenneve58
    Practice gesture drawing off a short video of my Sebastopol geese. It helped that the video was about eight seconds and I played it on a continuous loop. The are very expressive with their head and neck gestures.image
  • Jennifer
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    jenneve58
    Had a lot of fun and a lot of laughs looking at the ‘finished’ drawing. Took my time, lots of focus and intent.imageimage
  • Jennifer
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    jenneve58
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  • Jennifer
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    jenneve58
    Still lots of exploring to do with the different techniques. Would like to excel at chiaroscuro : )B500814B-21EA-4D00-97D2-61DCDACD7057
  • Jennifer
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    jenneve58
    • I think it was a good place to start as you could study at your leisure knowing it would not fly away. Can’t say this was easy. Challenging how to convey textures, curves, proportions. E7382D71-A6CD-4341-A95C-B052A63C5F022. I spent more time looking at textures and how things were put together.
    in reply to: Jump Right in! #743488
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