I got into portrait drawing this semester! Whoo! This is the first one we did over four classes, but I was sick the last class, so this drawing was done in three sessions. The drawing is roughly a 9” x 9” square, done in pencil. The model’s name was Greg, and my professor remarked about 40 times that she thought he looked like Michelangelo’s David.
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My EMAC final. 20+ hours? 990 frames, one all-nighter. The prompt was “Being persuaded.” Modern Americans are inundated by persuasive ads, while H. G. Wells is persuaded to do something about it. Unfortunately this plays WAY faster than it did on the computers as I was making it, so some of the dialogue is really hard to read. And a lot of parts that I spent tons of time on are then too fast to even notice. So maybe I’ll slow it down and put it back up.