Drawing: Finale

I can’t believe how fast this first year of college has gone by. It feels like just yesterday I was struggling with the “100 gesture drawings” homework, and now I’ve had my final critique. That means that I’ve had my last ever fine art critique. It has been a rollercoaster of a year and my drawing professor will be one of my most missed.

In summary, I took the idea behind “scale it down” and made a scrapbook filled with 24 memories from the 2004 timeframe. The process of using dots to create an image is called stippling. There is standard sized polaroids, and standard sized “photos.” The polaroids took at least 1 hour each, with the photos taking at least 2. Altogether, the estimated total time spent is 36+ hours.


Some pictures from my “performance,” where I went through the book and gave stories about some of the photos that are included.



Until next semester………..

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