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Portrait with copic markers

Using gray copics is such a fun! They give great tone to your drawings without huge effort.

Things to correct: eyes are not in the same lane, same about nose and mouth. 35 more words

Learning

Depicting drapery; Human pose

This work is my result of today’s goal – training of drawing drapery and human poses.

There are few things which I am proud of – the back of the dress. 83 more words

Learning

Heads, skulls and muscles.

For now, i have just 3 works. First shows the main bones, which make the skull and skull from other points of view. I’ve used here winsor&newton  black ink and copic markers. 50 more words

Learning

Buying Calculators Problem #MFM1P/#MPM1D #PrBL

As an introduction to linear direct variation, I put together a quick problem-based learning task that was proportional for my combined academic & applied class: 110 more words

Lessons

Out of Proportion

Over the years I tried different marking schemes and procedures. Nearing the end of my career I think I finally settled upon a system that made sense – to me anyway. 186 more words

Education

Merlinus Ambrosius Bear

Merlinus Ambrosius is a rather large and very huggable bear. He has a bell near his tail, so that when you pick him up or move him you can hear the faint ringing sound. 59 more words

Graphite Pencils

Illustrated Journal: Muybridge Study

I believe that one of the best ways to get better at something is to practice and experiment. This belief holds especially true when i comes to art, specifically proportions. 222 more words

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