Monthly Archives: October 2016

Sandy put my poster for her class in the display case. Advertisements

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Inktober

Just trying out some micron pens by drawing a bull’s skull.

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Trans rights dada poster

This is showing the irony between how in order to “keep perverted sexual predators out of bathrooms” republicans want to set up a TSA sort of thing to make sure only the intended sex can get in. The only way … Continue reading

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Stop Motion Paper

LotteĀ Reiniger’sĀ stop motion work differs from other forms of stop motion and live action in which there is a large amount of detail in her work. Each cutout is delicate and the texture is intricate. Live action at the time was … Continue reading

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Transgender suprematism

I chose this issue because I am FTM transgender and everywhere I go, every website and news outlet I see: Transgender people are the confused sexual predators who’s only importance is what genitals they have. I strongly disagree with that … Continue reading

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illuminated letter

After vs Before   For this project I used elements of the book of Kells in the weaving border and originally the color schemes were based off the book of hours but I changed that. My major focus was the … Continue reading

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Illustrated journal

I haven’t really been up to date with this so I looked up art challenges on Youtube and posted one here: I really liked this one since I’ve always liked villain designs and villain characters more than the good guys’ … Continue reading

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Cubism powerpoint

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Helvetica

  I searched Helvetica movie and this came up. I hope this was the right one. It’s about the history of fonts and the importance of Helvetica. It started in Switzerland in the 1950’s, a time where rationality and order … Continue reading

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Mario Prisco

I chose a work called Untitled 12, 2014. I chose this sketch because of how the feet were drawn. I can’t draw feet very well so this was a good reference for me. I also like the foreshortening used. I … Continue reading

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