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Monday, March 14, 2016
Sketching with Fear
When I am not confident of a perspective or know it is going to be a difficult view, I will at times use a pencil to sketch with. That way if I have mistakes I can correct. This particular view of Suzzallo Library, I knew would be a challenge so I didn't do it in ink. But as I recall we use to have our Architecture 210 students do a series of perspective sketches going through Suzzallo and many of them chose this view. They did it in ink and were timed as well!
Posted by Gail Wong
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This is amazing! I was too timid to tackle drawing stairs, but yours look fabulous.ReplyDelete
And I love the addition of the person with the camera - enough of them sure walked by taking pics, didn't they? Very cool.
Yes they were a part of the scene definitely.
Art and Fear. Two constant companions. I'm glad the former won out.ReplyDelete
Yes two constant companions. I think if we let go of fear it becomes a more enjoyable experience.
Lovely details and I like the profile framing of the column/baseReplyDelete
That was a great space to capture those details.