Art Kayleigh Brown

Art has always intrigued me, especially when I was younger. But as I grew up I began to drift away. I couldn't really 'connect' with anyone else with it so I sorta just stopped. I wasn't till last summer that I began doodling. Sometimes I was the randomness things but it was nice to come back to it, and now I have a set of skills to go with it which have helped me improve. I plan to continue drawing, I want to do something in my future that involves it. I learned a lot. Setting the plan is something I had never thought of and has helped lots. The class was great, if I was having a bad day it was always nice to come to your class. I may not be the most talkative person but I still enjoyed it.

Blind contour drawing is a drawing exercise, where an artist draws the contour of a subject without looking at the paper. This is a picture of Aaron I drew without looking. adj nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space. “had adjacent rooms” Synonyms: next, side by side close. at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other.
Drawing upside down
This is my positive and negative space drawing. Positive space refers to the main focus of a picture, negative space is the background.
Before
After- as you can see I have improved quite well. I think my shading has improved the most on this.
I think I did well on the elements and principles. I think it does look like me.
This was my stippling drawing. It's probably my favorite out of all of them. I think I did the value well on this, the picture had lots of it and I think I did it pretty good for the beginning of the year.
This was my still life. I think I need the value best with this one, texture and form definitely was harder for me.
This is my scratch board. Value was a bit harder for me on this once but I think I did the texture well.
This is my before self portrait
This is my after . I think I did well with elements and principles. Placement and location was a little harder for me on this one. Size was also quite challenging.
This is my Ruscha Ribbon drawing. I didn't really like how my value, line and shadows turned out on this one. It was quite difficult, I rushed a lot on this drawing and that's probably why it didn't turn out as well.

I learned lots during this course. I always thought drawing was simple, like just drawing and shading. But I learned there's many different elements and principles that go into it. I think I just improved generally on everything. I enjoyed the whole courses, I love drawing and I think this helped a lot. It especially helps when you have a fun teacher who actually cares about how you improve and your limits.

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