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Study day: Exeter Central Library: Jem Southam

I had been looking forward to this day since I had signed up for it, particularly because I had seen some of Jem’s images at the Plymouth University ‘Walk on’ exhibition recently which had sucked me right in. 1,004 more words

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Napatingin ako sa lalaking pasuray-suray sa daan. Tumakbo ako sa kinaruruonan niya nang makitang nadapa siya. Tinulungan ko siyang makatayo pero tinabig niya ang kamay ko dahilan para masubsok siya sa semento. 153 more words


Where is the Romantic Comedy Now? Part 3

Note: Longer than the last two. This is the final part of the series about the current state of the romantic comedy. There is some engagement with the authors on my part, in this series, but I really wanted to gather an understanding for myself. 1,152 more words


Primary and Secondary Colours.

The aim of this excersise is to find in my everyday surroundings examples of each primary and secondary colour, that is blue, red, yellow, and green, violet, orange. 529 more words


Exercise - Abstract Cities

This exercise asks me to create 10 abstract designs in which you balance blocks of subordinate, dominant and accent colours. These designs are for 10 guidebooks for 10 different cities. 643 more words

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Townscapes - Check & Log

How did you use a limited colour palette to create a sense of depth?

By setting my drawing at night and choosing black and white as two of my colours, I was able to use these with my other colour, orange, to create tone.   338 more words

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Townscapes - Drawing Statues

Statues are great for honing your drawing skills.  Don’t confine yourself to galleries and museums, look in streets, parks, cemeteries and grave yards.  Statues can become a source of inspiration for further pieces as well as being completed drawings in their own right. 740 more words

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