For our Figurative Concepts homework I drew 24 heads based on famous paintings and Greek and Roman Sculptures. I seriously enjoyed this assignment. All of the heads were drawn in 15 – 20 minutes. More hands in the next few days.
I drew people on BART today. And they all have heads and hands. So this counts as Heads and Hands Day 6 also. Sure.
Had an excellent weekend working on Storyboards and celebrating my friend’s 32nd birthday. No hands today, but lots of heads, courtesy of IMDB Pro and my imagination.
Shorter day today – working on my figurative concept homework.
Had fun though. Went with a wine theme for the hand drawings.
5 minute hands:
15 minute head drawing:
Original photos courtesy of Depositphotos.com, Yaymicro.com, Boxwoodwinery.blogspot.com and Celebritywallpapers.org.
Two minute hand drawings
Five minute hand drawings
Ten minute head drawings
Drawings based on original photos from iStockphoto.com, Depositphotos.com, Dialoguemagazine.com, Fanpop.com, and Tanakamusic.com.
Went to the Heads and Hands workshop at the Federal Building today. When I become a filmmaker I am hiring the person who found the buildings for our school as my location scout. Our campus is super spread out in the craziest of places and the buildings they find are rather nice.
Hands are 5 minutes, complete faces are 20 minutes, incomplete faces are 10 minutes.
I got tired of not being able to draw heads and hands. So I am practicing everyday until I figure it out. Here are my 5 minute hands and 20 minute heads.
Drawings based on photos from IMDB.com, iStockPhoto.com, BigStock.com, Shutterstock.com, Flickr.com and Superstock.com.