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Showcasing work in the Foundations Program

Published April 23, 2013

Showcasing work

Students were told to draw by observation, object the skeleton. Things the students had to keep in mind were composition, proportion, and light/dark mapping.

Ljiljiana Edmiston’s Drawing Foundations Assignment: Skeleton. Students were told to draw by observation, object the skeleton. Things the students had to keep in mind were composition, proportion, and light/dark mapping.

 

 

Ljiljiana Edmiston’s Drawing Foundations – Self Portrait with a Twist Students were tasked with creating a drawing that is influenced by their chosen artist and inserting themselves within the image or use the artist as an inspiration for their self portrait.

Ljiljiana Edmiston’s Drawing Foundations – Self Portrait with a Twist
Students were tasked with creating a drawing that is influenced by their chosen artist and inserting themselves within the image or use the artist as an inspiration for their self portrait.

Ljiljiana Edmiston’s Drawing Foundations – Self Portrait with a Twist Students were tasked with creating a drawing that is influenced by their chosen artist and inserting themselves within the image or use the artist as an inspiration for their self portrait.

Ljiljiana Edmiston’s Drawing Foundations – Self Portrait with a Twist
Students were tasked with creating a drawing that is influenced by their chosen artist and inserting themselves within the image or use the artist as an inspiration for their self portrait.

Ljiljiana Edmiston’s Drawing Foundations Assignment: Skeleton Students were told to draw by observation, object the skeleton. Things the students had to keep in mind were composition, proportion, and light/dark mapping.

Ljiljiana Edmiston’s Drawing Foundations Assignment: Skeleton
Students were told to draw by observation, object the skeleton. Things the students had to keep in mind were composition, proportion, and light/dark mapping.

Marnie Bettridge’s 3D Foundations – Interpolations in Wood Students were asked to make many study models in cardboard, and using stacking and interpolation techniques, play to discover 3D objects that appealed to them. The they were to translate the model into a new material at a different scale without losing the essence of what they had discovered. Monolith, and landscape were two words used when discussing the desired outcomes. Students were also required to finish their pieces with paint, stain, or oil.

Marnie Bettridge’s 3D Foundations – Interpolations in Wood
Students were asked to make many study models in cardboard, and using stacking and interpolation techniques, play to discover 3D objects that appealed to them. The they were to translate the model into a new material at a different scale without losing the essence of what they had discovered. Monolith, and landscape were two words used when discussing the desired outcomes. Students were also required to finish their pieces with paint, stain, or oil.

Marnie Bettridge’s 3D Foundations – Interpolations in Wood Students were asked to make many study models in cardboard, and using stacking and interpolation techniques, play to discover 3D objects that appealed to them. The they were to translate the model into a new material at a different scale without losing the essence of what they had discovered. Monolith, and landscape were two words used when discussing the desired outcomes. Students were also required to finish their pieces with paint, stain, or oil.

Marnie Bettridge’s 3D Foundations – Interpolations in Wood
Students were asked to make many study models in cardboard, and using stacking and interpolation techniques, play to discover 3D objects that appealed to them. The they were to translate the model into a new material at a different scale without losing the essence of what they had discovered. Monolith, and landscape were two words used when discussing the desired outcomes. Students were also required to finish their pieces with paint, stain, or oil.