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My Artwork

View my best art pieces I've created throughout my college career. I have explored 2D and 3D mediums to gain a better understanding of dimension, shading, tones, and vision.

Don't F*#% With Me

This is a 22inch x 30inch self portrait using only pen. We were tasked with drawing the self portrait using only a short phrase that described our love life. If you look closely you'll see this portrait contains no solid lines or shadings, only the phrase written thousands of times.

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Alcoholism Mirror Portrait

This self-portrait was drawn with the only visual reference point being a mirror in front of me. The goal of this self-portrait was to tell the story of many people who struggle with addiction and alcohol.

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Garlic Painting

For this piece, we were instructed to bring in an object that can change shape. Then, we were given a piece of paper that we had to fold/crumple into a new shape.

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Blurred Charcoal Drawing

This project was unlike anything I'd done before. We were first shown a very blurred image on the projector and were told to draw it. Every 35 minutes the image became a little less blurred. After 5, 35 minutes sessions, we finally got to see the fully visible image...

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Low-Poly Charcoal Scene

This is a very low-poly charcoal line and general shading copied drawing of a painting. The painting depicts a dozen or so people in a brawl outside on a hill. It is a very chaotic scene that we were instructed to only show the general shapes and important details of the painting.

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Fashion Without Fabric

Fashion Without Fabric was a two week long project where we received an image of an artwork and had to design, create, and model an outfit based on that artwork. The catch to this project, was that we weren't allowed to use fabric or any sewing to create our outfit.

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Black Panther

This is an anamorphic sculpture made up of painted tissue paper wrapped around wire, and hung using fishing line to create the image of a black panther.

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Paper Euan Uglow Painting

For this project, we were given a print out of a famous painting that we had to create using only scrap paper and posters we could find around campus. This collage came together using a sense of light and shadow, as well as color and hue.

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Still Life Painting

This still life was creating using only 6 shades of grey, in high contrast lighting. The goal of this piece was to gain a better understanding of light and shadow, as well as foreground, midground, and background.

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Still Life Drawing

This charcoal still-life drawing of several gourds inside of a frame was to practice seeing. We had to be able to see light and shading, as well as show the different importance between foreground, midground, and background.

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Fashion Without Fabric

Fashion Without Fabric was a two week long project where we received an image of an artwork and had to design, create, and model an outfit based on that artwork. The catch to this project, was that we weren't allowed to use fabric or any sewing to create our outfit.

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Don't F*#% With Me

This is a 3.5ft x 2ft self portrait using only pen. We were tasked with drawing the self portrait using only a short phrase that described our love life. If you look closely you'll see this portrait contains no solid lines or shadings, only the phrase "DON'T FUCK WITH ME" written thousands of times.

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Black Panther

This is an anamorphic sculpture made up of painted tissue paper wrapped around wire, and hung using fishing line to create the image of a black panther.

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Alcoholism Mirror Portrait

This self-portrait was drawn with the only visual reference point being a mirror in front of me. The goal of this self-portrait was to tell the story of many people who struggle with addiction and alcohol.

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Paper Euan Uglow Painting

For this project, we were given a print out of a famous painting that we had to create using only scrap paper and posters we could find around campus. This collage came together using a sense of light and shadow, as well as color and hue.

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Garlic Painting

For this piece, we were instructed to bring in an object that can change shape. Then, we were given a piece of paper that we had to fold/crumple into a new shape.

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Still Life Painting

This still life was creating using only 6 shades of grey, in high contrast lighting. The goal of this piece was to gain a better understanding of light and shadow, as well as foreground, midground, and background.

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Blurred Charcoal Drawing

This project was unlike anything I'd done before. We were first shown a very blurred image on the projector and were told to draw it. Every 35 minutes the image became a little less blurred. After 5, 35 minutes sessions, we finally got to see the fully visible image...

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Still Life Drawing

This charcoal still-life drawing of several gourds inside of a frame was to practice seeing. We had to be able to see light and shading, as well as show the different importance between foreground, midground, and background.

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Low-Poly Charcoal Scene

This is a very low-poly charcoal line and general shading copied drawing of a painting. The painting depicts a dozen or so people in a brawl outside on a hill. It is a very chaotic scene that we were instructed to only show the general shapes and important details of the painting.

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