Saturday, February 8, 2014


Guendalina Codella
 Friday morning began with perspective drawings of blocks in one and two-point linear perspective. Guendalina's drawing above exhibits a well balanced placement of the blocks with well rendered contours and strong textural elements. The tree-like mass in the background effectively accents the blocks while bringing depth and visual interest into the space.
Natalie Pagani
In the afternoon, students applied the principles of linear perspective to objects while considering ways in which to activate the negative space. Natalie has rendered the plumbing pieces in a bold and graphic style. The values are almost hyper-realized in their clarity which is intensified by the white stroke around the exterior of the form. The cloudy smudges and blemishes are ambiguous, simultaneously suggesting a cast shadow as well as a sense of atmosphere.

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