Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Architecture Element

As much or as little of an architectural element.
Sketch on a Church Bulletin-Julie Fritz-ink pen

Pencil sketch of a Samburu house, in Kenya--sara w.

Hidden Image

Create a work of art that has a hidden image(s).

Texture Pic

Create a work with no contour lines!  Let the texture create the image.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

March Sketchabration

Our first collective, observational sketch.  We met, we sketched, we conquered...
The glamorous sketch girls, seen here with their sketchbooks... ready to take on the challenge.
Ted, devious blog mastermind, posing with his sketchbook.
And, Joel, ninja warrior of sketching... taking a break for a photo opp of his view.

 Everyone hard at work!(kind of)

It was a terrific sunny afternoon at the state capitol.  We pulled up a piece of limestone commemorating our state's heritage and began sketching our view.  Throughout the next hour, we were serenaded by  bell towers which encircled our sketch location.  We also were chatted up by a visitor from the nearby army base who wanted to join our sketching club.  All-in-all, a great experience we may incorporate into our sketch repertoire.
My View by Tischann
Felt tip marker, and colored pencil wash
Julie-An Abstraction of the Capitol- Crayola Pipsqueaks

Capital View by Ted Edinger
by:  sara w.
pen and watercolor

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Project 10: Abstraction Enlargement

Create an abstracted piece through enlarging an everyday object.

Pen & Crayons
by Ted Edinger

colored pencil
sara w.

Project 9: Magazine Mixed Media Masterpiece

A mixed media work that uses magazine images as a main element.

Michael Jordan Doesn't Like Monet
Magazine Collage, Acrylic Paint, Glitter Glue
by Ted Edinger

Project 8: Going dotty for pointillism!

Create an image using the media of your choice using pointillism.  The more dots the better!

Shana's Weakness
by Ted Edinger