For this task we told to create a book which represented the Hive in a way that we wished to approach the situation. I chose to approach it using pencil and fine line pens to create the images. I was surprisingly very happy with the outcome overall. I thought it represented the environment of the Hive and all the interesting things that happens both in and outside. However, I did think that I could of improved the form of of some images which appeared to be fairly wonky. But other than that I enjoyed the simplistic structure of the images.
Monday, 13 March 2017
This session proved to be somewhat difficult in the sense that I struggled a little bit with some proportions hence why I made a second attempt at the last image. However I can see the improvement on my life drawing images and am becoming more aware when my drawings begin to become wonky.
Monday, 6 March 2017
This lesson was very full on and involved a range of techniques. I found that the movement was hard to get to grips with, as it was something that I wasn't familiar with before. So capturing the image at particular points whilst it's moving and learning when to possibly use a different colour to show before and after happened very quickly. But by the end of the lesson I felt as if I had made improvement compared to the beginning lesson. Also the other the other drawings that were made in class went well and shows the progress that I have made over the year in terms of form and composition.
For this task I had to draw to show movement of people. I thought this worked out better than I had thought it would. I was not too impressed with the last image as I found that it wasn't well thought out. However the middle image where I chose to use highlighter to outline the person, worked very well. You can see clearly what she is doing by flipping her hair and the highlighter on the person brings attention to her and her movement.