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  • Why I Chose Drawing

    Art has always been a passion of mine, no matter what the form. It has always been something that can appeal to all tastes, no matter how unusual they may be. I am often working on a collection of art projects ranging from things like drawing and painting, to music and video. Working on projects helps me express my creativity and I also find it relaxing working on things that I enjoy. Out of all the different forms of art I do, drawing is what I work on the most. Drawing is the basis for most art and can be as simple as making marks on a surface. It is one of the most common forms of art and has been around long before civilization when early humans would draw marks on cave walls. Whether it is making paintings, working with digital media,…

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  • Linear Perspective Drawing Essay

    you will always find yourself creating new environments, so is a common thought to imagine that a client may ask you to design his/her new living room with a contemporary style, of course, for this design you need to add objects such as furniture in order for the client to have a clear vision of how this space is going to look like. But sometimes objects drawn in one dimension won’t show your whole perception of the space. Two-dimensional drawings will provide the realistic component in your…

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  • Personal Narrative: An Old Note From High School

    Old Note from High School I was cleaning my room one day going through old High School papers., throwing away things that were not very important to me. My friend Ashley was over watching me sorting through old papers, And I came across a drawing that I made for my ex. The picture had his name in big black letters and a rainbow circle around his name. I asked her should I throw this away and she responded by saying yes, I defiantly agree with her why should I keep something I made for a boy I…

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  • Allowed In School

    Vallario’s class he showed the students how to draw a face. He explained it in four steps and as he was explaining it he was drawing the face strep by step on the board. He tells the students to follow the steps along with him. First they draw an oval outline that tapers down at the bottom. They do this because heads are never drawn circular; they are oval shaped, almost like an egg. Then they follow Mr. Vallario while he is drawing a line down the center of the oval. Then he cuts the oval in…

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  • Paragraph On How To Make Animation

    Animation from Drawing Today animations have become a part of our culture and are used for commercials, cartoons, and movies. They are different based on how they are created and the purpose behind the animation’s story. When talking about how animations are created, there are multiple ways to make them. Some approaches to start off creating one is done by using computer graphics or drawing it out on paper. Usually what is involved in an animation is a story that draws in the audience, a motion…

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  • Why Did You Learn To Draw So Good

    doing the Rehearsal Dinner for the big Wedding event yet to come; practising on that ‘Park Scene’ which my father sketched for me to colour which I was going to Xerox (as my father thought believing in my talent) in the Drawing Competition, Yes starting in an hour! Every year we used to have this ‘Annual Unit Drawing Competition’ at Air Force Station, Hindon (as much as I can recall it) where children of different age groups could participate. This year my father thought of me to be worthy of it…

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  • How Have You Found Your Style And Has It Changed Since You Start?

    has it changed since you started? I have drawing life and observations since I was 15 years old - mainly the human figure and mostly pencil drawings. I did this until I was 32 years old. I graduated from the School of Visual Arts, New York, in 2002. There were periods in-between were I hardly drew at all. During my Masters studies at SVA, I started to write conversation quotes I overheard into my drawings. I also started to scan sketchbook drawings into my computer and add colour to them…

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  • The Importance Of Trees In Anderson's Speak

    Laurie Halse Anderson, a young girl named Melinda is raped at a party over the summer and calls the cops. The party is busted and everyone blames Melinda for ruining the fun, even though they did not know the full story. When school starts again, she is friendless and bullied. Nobody knows that she was raped; they think she called the cops because people were drinking. Melinda rarely talks because she is afraid of what people will think when she speaks. The only place where she feels like she…

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  • Btec Business Level 3 Unit 8 M1

    Assignment 2: This errand gives proof to criteria M1 BS8888 guidelines, among others are an arrangement of "standards" identifying with the format of specialized drawings. BS8888 specifically portrays the way resistances and surface completions are distinguished, the framework for including explanations, images and shortened forms. BS3939 is the graphical images for electrical power, broadcast communications and hardware charts. These state what the image for a specific segment. BS2917 is the…

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  • Michelangelo Buonarroti Analysis

    Sibyl, painted on the Sistine Chapel Ceiling (1508-1512) Rome, Vaticana Palace. Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, Caprese 1475–1564 Rome) was a painter, sculptor, architect, poet, engineer as well as a compulsive drawer, of the High Italian Renaissance era, who exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western art. Michelangelo was once quoted saying “Design, which by another name is called drawing is the font and body of painting and sculpture and architecture and every…

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