Monday, 26 October 2009
This was my groups tabloid project. I loved thi idea because it got everyone to get to know each other and work together. We had a laugh and it was really fun. I have made some good friends from it and i hope we do something like this again. It worked out really well and i think we captured the picture quite well. The only problem was the lighting, it could have been darker.
Friday, 23 October 2009
After looking at Sas Christian's work. I decided to try and draw one of her paintings. i really like her style, but i found it hard to get the proportions correct to how she does them. I like this drawing i have done and i think this has inspired me for my painting workshop.
I came across this artist when i was looking at Lempicka's work. And i find her work really quite inspiring. I love how she paints her subjects with oversized features but still seems to make them realistic and cature the emotion. Most of her work looks like it is from a horror film but i like how she makes it look terrifiing.
Lempicka is also one of my favourite artists. I love how some of her subject are not stunning but she still seems to make them look beautiful. It is quite obvious that her subjects have posed for the painting and they all seem to be very wealthy. I like the colours she uses, the are vibrant and rich looking. Her painting technique is very smooth.
Thursday, 22 October 2009
I also took this photograph in my photography workshop. I like this one because it is very eerie and dramatic. It is an abondened building that has been forgotten. The broken staircase gives it that dangerous edge. Also i like the graffiti on the wall that says "lock...". It is mysterious as there is just one word and you don't know what the meaning is behind it. It could mean anything, which is why the image is so interesting as there could be so many interpretations to it.
I took this photograph in my photography workshop with a digital camera. I really like this image, i think it gives a more dramatic atmosphere in black and white. I like how the shards of glass are reflected repeatedly on the glass behind. The reflection of the building opposite gives you the impression that there is a story to the building opposite.