Moving away from the rigid structures of the buildings and onto the flowing natural lines of statues was a welcome shift, statues offered much scope for posture, gesture, facial features and ironically movement. I found that a lot of the statues were posed to exaggerate movement and emotion because of the fact that they couldn’t move. This was great to capture, and coupled with the … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 5, Ex 4 – Statues.
Dark, dusty, dank and subterranean. Littered with street art, lonely and quiet. I thought this would be a great place to start. I was walking through a set of pathways underneath the Mancunian way. The ring road orbiting Manchester and the last line of defence marking the outer limits of the city centre and the suburbs of greater Manchester. A curious place that consists of … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 2, Ex 2, Sketchbook Walk.
Pointillism is a very interesting concept. I decided to do a mono chrome piece using three tones of blue to express the light in a still life. Initially the thought of filling an A3 page with dots was quite daunting, however as soon as I started I found it incredibly therapeutic. Choosing a composition lit by a candle to bring out a heavy contrast of … Continue reading Pt 2, Pr 2, Ex 4 – Monochrome. Joining the dots, Tea Time by Candle Light.