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Derive (continued)

As part of the Reportage task, I had made very fast gesture drawings, capturing the most crucial details, and the movement of a person. Below are just a few.  56 more words


Quick Sketch Exercise

The premise of quick sketching is to fully understand and identify gesture. As a lesson in art, we all participated in a warm up, where we drew fellow classmates ranging from one minute to twenty minute sketches. 231 more words

My Creative Process

Pewter Figurine

This pewter figurine made for a quick little still life. She is all of about 2 inches tall. I found it interesting to use Gamblin’s Torrit Grey, along with titanium white and lamp black (which has a slight blue compared to other blacks). 48 more words


Gesture Drawing 1/19/2017

Decided to give Figure Drawing by Michael Hampton another shot and am starting from square one once again. The part that turned me off originally was just how difficult I found coming up with figures out of thin air to be and how I felt there wasn’t clear enough instruction on that in the book. 75 more words


Drawing Still Lifes

Today’s lesson was on drawing a still life. 5th – 8th grade worked on gesture drawings to warm up, and engage their senses. 15 – 20 min were given to draw their first still life. 38 more words

Middle School

IPhone 8 May Include Facial and Gesture Recognition

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

We’ve previously heard rumors suggesting the iPhone 8 could include

With facial recognition, Apple could replace the

Facial recognition could also power other features on the phone, like augmented reality camera functions, and while gesture recognition is a new rumor, it could allow users to control their devices with simple gestures for doing things like turning volume up or down. 453 more words