Well here's a few more projects I've done these all my sophomore year of college.
So, as you can tell, I still tried to keep up with my anime drawings. This was done on a scrap piece of cardboard and in permanent marker and graphite.
Above is all done in graphite on drawing paper. This was a major test of my ability to create something that required A LOT of my attention. We took a still life, drew it, and then used crosshatch. Crosshatching is where you use a series of lines to create the various shades and forms of objects. This took a total of 13+ hours to complete. In return for my hard efforts, this piece was mounted in the art building for the rest of that semester. I felt so accomplished and proud of myself. It was definitely rewarding.
Above is another subtraction piece. Our concentration this time was drawing crumpled paper. This exercise helped us understand harsh vs. soft shadows. This also served as an exercise to draw paper that is not in its flat form. This was tough but once I got into my zone, I just kept drawing and I was quite okay with my result.
Hope you enjoyed today's entry.