Figure Drawing: March 8, 2016 5 Minutes | Watercolor Balenciaga F/W ’16 10 Minutes | Watercolor F/W ’16
Being given a series of black and white still life drawings to choose from, we were to reproduce one we liked and collage value scales we made with charcoal on drawing paper (all drawn, no tracing) Then we transferred it onto illustrator and played with a colored and textured value reproduction,
Left: Guerra Paint | Right: Magazine Cutouts I chose a postcard print of “Cruden Bay” by Tom Purvis to reproduce it in gray value scale. It was a study/test to use our achromatic value scale and determine the values.
I cannot believe this is something we would watch in Integrative Studio for fashion. I simply forgot how important and universal certain life lessons were that they applied to all aspects of life, all jobs, all subjects. The one thing that the film focuses on is self discipline, reminding oneself the importance of what they are doing and why they…