Monthly Archives: September 2011

1Pt Perspective Resource Post

One point perspective drawing is when a painting gives a realistic first-person viewpoint of a subject matter. A major aspect of these types is paintings are vanishing points. A vanishing point is a point that lies on the horizon, where … Continue reading

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Still Life Reflection

1. I think that the hardest part of drawing my still life was working out the spatial relations with the elevated platform and the rest of the items. The bowls and vases were on a lower level, but showing the … Continue reading

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Landscape Resource Post

Google Art Project: Landscape with a Goatherd and Goats by Claude Landscape with a Goatherd and Goats by Claude (1636-7.) National Gallery. I chose Landscape with a Goatherd and Goats by Claude because I really like the way the artist … Continue reading

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Art Article

“Anti-Snowbowl graffiti grows”- Hillary Davis. Published September 7, 2011 at 5:00am http://azdailysun.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/anti-snowbowl-graffiti-grows/article_dd219e35-bb6c-5a3b-a168-85c35d976faa.html                                                          … Continue reading

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