This is a collection of some of the figure drawings I did in my final figure drawing class I took at Boston University. I used different methods for each one to get a well rounded experience of the effect of each. The above drawing was done using my non-dominant hand to help move out of… Read more »
These are some of the drawings I have done in my figure drawing class. Done with a live model. Medium ranges from charcoal, to acrylic, to ink. The time limit for each drawing ranges from five minutes to twenty minutes.
Another replication assignment from my Freshman year college painting class. Done entirely with sponges. Medium: Acrylic
Freshman Year of college painting class, the assignment was to accurately replicate an image we were given. The blue bordered image is my version. Above is original picture. Medium: Acrylic
This was a Freshman Year of college painting assignment. We had to paint the image we were given as accurately as possible, but scaled up. Acrylic paint medium.
I don’t post a lot of my photoshop work, but I have always been really proud of this one. This was a painting I did on my tablet modeled on an image of a beautiful Irish Model, Raychel. The picture was only of her upper body, so the clothing and dress I did from my… Read more »
Close up of Raxka’s Face. Raxka is a name that means lightning. She was a character I created who had was a fairy who was bitten by a vampire and turned. I am really proud of how her foot came out. I worked hard on the small details. Her foot is only about a cm… Read more »
Watercolor, inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.
Oil pastel painting, studied from an image on my calender.
Oil Pastel portrait of my kitten, Zinc. Based off a picture I took.
This was a sketch in my sketchbook of a Steampunk Alice in Wonderland. I started with the dress and based the rest of the picture off of the girl.
Self portrait collage. Made with magazines, watercolor, and marker.
Watercolor still life.