This is a drawing I did over my past winter break. I was inspired to draw Kakashi because my boyfriend really likes Naruto, and he was telling me to draw something. So here’s what I drew; I believe it took a couple hours to outline and shade. I haven’t done one of these types of drawings in a while.
In my 2-D Imaging class my freshman year of college, we used Adobe Illustrator. For this assignment, we had to choose a celebrity and I chose one of my favorites, Sam Smith; and we had to use the same color, just tinted and shaded and mark the shaded and lighted parts of the celebrity to recreate an image of them.
I drew this during 8th grade one night. I got bored and decided to look up step by step drawings online and came across this design. It took me a very long time to get the shape of the shoes to how I wanted them. Even though the angles are a bit off, the detail that I put onto these shoes is pretty good. It’s simple but it gets the design style across.
I created this project in the sculpture class, senior year of high school. I had to create a design, that contained some kind of hole in it. I chose to go with a squirrel because I thought it was something simple. I started with a block of plaster and had to carve the squirrel shape out of it. It took a lot of refining and chipping to get it to the end result, but I am pleased with how it turned out.
This was the first project in my sculpture class, senior year of high school. The premise of this project was to create an animal that you had to be able to wear on your head. I chose an elephant because I thought the shapes would be easier to use. I used a lot of geometric shapes, mostly a hexagon. I used cardboard and masking tape to keep it together. I used strips of cardboard to put at the end of the trunk to replicate water. Unfortunately, I couldn’t keep the elephant because it wasn’t very sturdy, and even before the picture was taken, the trunk was falling apart.