Ninth grade Studio Art students at Paul J. Gelinas Junior High School created these mixed media cubist inspired drawings. Students first made fractured contour drawings from life. Next, students learned to shade the basic forms (sphere, cone, and the cylinder) using both graphite and charcoal pencils. Finally, students shaded their final drawings using either graphite pencil, charcoal pencil, watercolour and collage. Have to say I love each of them (click through for more).
Influenced By Jenny Saville
Again part of my Photography course of 'distorting the hunman face'. i placed my model up again a window and postioned her features to where i wanted them to be to cause good comporition and line. i used photoshop to make the black parts darker to make them stand out more and increased the clarity to make her hair strands sharper.
Saville Jenny | CLOSED CONTACT #15 (1995 - 1996) | MutualArt
View CLOSED CONTACT #15 (1995 - 1996) By Jenny Saville; c-print mounted in plexiglass; 72 by 72 by 7 in.; Signed; Edition. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
Portrait of a Stranger, Mistivlav Pavlov
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Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions
Picture Distortion, like the other tape on fave pictures its simple to do but a good example of distortion:
Juxtapoz Magazine - Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo's Angry People
Chilean artist Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo is a graphic design, filmmaker, and illustrator whose portrait work we have featured before. Hildalgo's ongoin...
O'Keefe response. Flower close up using coloured pencils, showcasing blending techniques. Use photos that you have taken not images from the Internet. DIANA ARIAS spanish artist
Self Portrait | Art Education | Jessica Russo Scherr
Draw yourself from direct observation by looking into a mirror. Use 1 strong light source from the side (use a desk lamp if possible). This will make it easier for you to draw.- Watch my video below to help you go through all the steps!https://youtu.be/-gaGQnx8OhsMost faces can be arranged according to general proportions.Not everyone is the same