Monthly Archives: September 2012

Abstract Shadows

This is a portrait that revolves around shadows. Each different shade of shadow is filled in with a pattern, which creates the feeling of being abstract. The lighter patterns next to the darker ones create a strong contrast. This composition … Continue reading

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Week 4: Current Images

Using Gesture, Mondrian Lines, Negative Space and Proportions. Working with Shadows

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Flipbook

When I sat down to make my flipbook, I had no idea where to start. At first, I was thinking about Roadrunner and how he was always getting hit on the head with a huge weight, but then I thought … Continue reading

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3D Abstract Letter Project

This is an abstract design of my face. The X is shaded darker than the letters up front to show that it’s in the background, creating depth. The O’s also create depth by going backward into the page, which shows … Continue reading

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Typography Portrait

This is a typography portrait. Shadows were used in this drawing in order give the design contrast and create a light source. In addition to this, the lettering was varied in direction and size in order to show some movement … Continue reading

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Logo Project

The contrast between the gray and black sunbeams in the background give the design movement and allow the viewer’s eye to move quickly around the picture. The thick lines in the background and the thin lines in the initials add … Continue reading

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