I thought the students could benefit from more practice drawing trees today so I found some pictures online of the types that can be seen around Singapore. Pencil on A3 paper.
This week we spent 2 sessions (around 4 hours) drawing a tree. Pencil on A3 paper.
This is my attempt at one of the set-ups for this week’s DRAW module still life test. Students are given approximately 6 hours to complete. Pencil on A3 paper.
As preparation for the DRAW test next week, students were tasked to depict a set objects made of different materials: metal, glass and fabric. Pencil on A3 paper.
This week for DRAW students had a couple of hours to draw a set of objects placed under a single directional light. The emphasis is still on proportion and values. Done in pencil on A3 paper.
This was an exercise for my 1st year students to gauge their drawing skills at the start of the semester. They had about 1hr 30 min to complete it as best they can. I thought it would be good practice and joined in. Done in pencil from a picture reference. 🙂
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Dug up a bunch of portrait sketches I did during Render 2011 and compiled them. Done in pen, each drawing took around 10-15 minutes.