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One Point Perspective

Here is another fantastic one-point perspective drawing from a Year 7 student in Art. This particular student focused on a city-scape with an open road vanishing into the distance. The bright colours and patterns really bring this composition to life.   Advertisements

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One Point Perspective

This Term, my Year 7 Art class was introduced to perspective drawing methods. Specifically, we focussed on how ‘one-point perspective’ is commonly used in paintings & drawing to create the illusion of depth and space. Students were asked to complete their own one-point perspective drawings and render them using coloured-pencil. Here is a finished product!

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Turning Text To Sand

I’ve been recently introduced to a range of new effects and plugins from Red Giant Software. I spent some time over the weekend exploring ‘form’ which has some serious power and has the ability to do some really cool stuff with particles. In this example I converted some text into a layer of particles that would disintegrate, twist […]

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Melbourne Art Fair

Melbourne Art Fair, Australia’s premier visual arts event returns to the World Heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building from 1-5 August 2012

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Thom York – Portrait

Thom York Portrait – Charcoal on textured paper 

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Two-point Perspective Drawing

Whilst introducing students to perspective drawing methods, they were ask to complete a ‘two-point perspective’ drawing of a building. They were given some basic parameters to work with, but the brief allowed for creative freedom. This particular student chose to create a two-point perspective drawing of a small theater. The results were fantastic! The rendering in particular really compliments […]

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