Wednesday, April 21, 2010

4/20 Class Portraits

Drawings from T/Th class.  By filling the page and using high contrasting and bold values, Jonathan Florence has created a very striking and confrontational portrait.  Andres Fernandez has used distortion and broad sweeping values to create a very dynamic portrait. Robin Noelle has employed a slight exaggeration of forms hinging on caricature to capture the essence and character of Mary's gaze.  And lastly, Rashaun Parlett has used bold features complemented by bold marks and values to create a very dimensional and volumetric portrait. The mark-making in the hair and on the right side cheek and chin are particularly well drawn.

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