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Here are some editorial illustrations I put together this week using some ideas that I picked up over the summer. I was experimenting on Rosie with a Carbon pencil, watercolor, and colored pencils. Here I was playing with colored pencils, ink, and watercolor. It was refreshing to get back in the studio and to allow […]
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Summary: July 2014 marks the beginning of my 2 year journey to receive my Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) degree. These are a few notes from the beginning of that adventure.
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Dancer Adjusting her Slipper, Edgar Degas Pencil on colored paper, 13×10 inches (33x24cm). In the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Degas did numerous studies, drawings, pastels and paintings of dancers preparing; this seemingly simple pencil drawing has always been one of my favorites. Straightforward and direct, we see Degas seeking out his model’s form and gesture, […]
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Character sketches for an Arabian Nights story! By the way, how did Boris Karloff make his way on to the page?!
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View in Windsor Park, Paul Sandby Pen and brown ink, gray wash, over a graphite underdrawing. 13 3/16 x 20 1/4 in. (335 x 515 mm). In the Morgan Library & Museum. Click Zoom, then use Full Screen and zoom controls under image. Info at left.
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A small scale experiment of inking on vellum goes quite well. I still need to work on solid black area to see if the paper will buckle, but so far, so good!
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