Communication is the basic goal of graphic design. The most
beautiful work is often the simplest and most direct. Without
a solid and functional structure, embellishment and eye candy
can only be a detriment. Depth and interest will come from an
My philosophy on drawing is not quite so fully formed. I have
spent a lot of time honing my ability to represent the human figure.
Most of that time was devoted to exploring line. My work up until
last semester had generally been basically classical or traditional in
nature and I had always been pleased with the perfect objective
quality of it all. Then suddenly it all seemed very soulless. I felt like I
was at an impasse with my work. I wanted to add life and emotion
and psychology to my work, but I didnt want to lose any of my
technique along the way. My efforts over the past few months
have brought me closer to that goal. I am not confident that I have
succeeded, but I do know that I am improving.
Untitled, 18" x 24", charcoal
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|16||Seeds & Beans Coffee & Tea Gift Set||6 x 8 x 1||Adobe Illustrator|
|17||CD Boxed Set||5 x 5 x 1||Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign|
|18||Flying Dog Ale 4-Pack Sampler||6 x 5 x 5||Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign|
|19||Vaguely Happy Summer Day||24 x 18||oil pastel, charcoal|
|20||American Copy of a Roman Copy of a Greek Original, c. 200 B.C.||18 x 12||oil pastel, charcoal|
|21||The Rubber Band||24 x 18||oil pastel, charcoal|
|22||Untitled||24 x 18||charcoal|
|23||Self Portrait||24 x 29||charcoal|
|24||Untitled||24 x 36||charcoal|
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