So I started drawing about a month ago, maybe two but anyway. I have made a few different characters. I’ve made my character, her name is willow, Archelle’s character, Spike, Sam D’s character, Buffy, I’ve also drawn a character called Oz, but I don’t draw him anymore, and my final character is called the dark one. I haven’t found anyone to be him yet but I will find someone eventually. I would say he is the shortest out of all my characters; he has spiked hair and a lot of muscles. No pupils though, the only reason he has no pupils id because of the way I drew his eyes, pupils just didn’t look right. He is also the youngest of the characters. He is 14 years old and all my other characters are 15 or 16. Well Back to my character now. Willow is the second tallest, she has a saying that goes “DON’T MESS WITH ME I WILL KILL YOU”. I have drawn her in a bikini, as a vampire (which is kind of weird because Buffy is a vampire slayer), as dark Willow(which is where is goes psycho and gets involved with dark magic), and then the original drawing I drew of Willow which is where she is just standing there with a tight strapless tank-top and a tight pair of blue jeans. Then there’s Buffy. I’ve drawn Buffy walking down a sidewalk locking arms with Spike(and she is blushing even darker than the darkest apple), as a vampire(which is very weird because Buffy is a vampire slayer), stalking a newly risen vampire an a beach at night with a spike in her hand ready to spring out and kill…
called the “Conjuring Woman”, I noticed that it was filled with dark shadows and was a 2D drawing. The drawing had a sort of cool and warm colors. The background caught my eye with a cool color which was a low toned yellow and the rest of the drawing was built off of warm colors and dark shadows he created in her face and body features. With all the features it had I concluded to the fact that this drawing was dry media. It had a charcoal feel to it using harder lines in some areas and softer in…
The Devil on my Shoulder told me To
Ethics is a broad term meaning different things to different people, but the concept
behind it is always the same: the difference between right and wrong. Because people are raised
in differing environments, their outlook on right and wrong can vary tremendously. Therefore,
ethics can be looked at from many perspectives making it hard to actually define, and therein lies
the problem. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, ethics is defined…
one of my first weeks as a freshman, and I was very excited. I had all my homework done, as always. I was very responsible and studious; since I started elementary school I was always number one in my class. My friends call me “smarty”. Just like in elementary school I was doing really good in high school, I was very active in class, there wasn’t a day where I didn’t participate, I knew the answer to every question the teacher asked, even though they always let me answer last, so that way my other…
by question marks as she opened the floor for
Melissa Bloom Bissonette
questions. There were none. Her auditors had heard nothing that seemed
incomplete or questionable, nothing they were not willing to swallow whole.
I was not as willing.
My more immediate concern was the simplistic, either-or, straw-man
terms in which she posed her initial question. Was anyone questioning
whether God had or was losing rights? Did readers of the novel and adults
engaged in today’s ethical issues need…
into my selected artistic area and show my recordings and visualizations of the painting.
For the copy part of my project I will choose a famous painting that challenges me with the scale and also the detailing of the painting. I want to be able to pay more attention to detail and challenge myself
to use oil paints. Throughout this part I will thoroughly research the painting from the artist and analyze using key formal elements such as line, tone and shape but also record my views, my inspirations…
Question: What is Clarisse’s effect on Montag and her function in the novel? How does she change him? Why does she vanish from the novel so early?
In Ray Bradbury’s book Fahrenheit 451, the character Clarisse plays an important role in helping Montag become aware of how corrupt society has become. Her one question “are you happy” (7) seems like it has an obvious answer but to Montag it makes him wonder if he really is happy and if what he is doing as a fireman is right. Although Clarisse is…
present “the drawing area” as shown at time mark :24
13716003873500Give a screen shot of what the drawing area is as shown at left in the red highlighted area. If you choose a different topic you will need to identify it VISUALLY either using the video – or a drawing of your own.
After visually identifying your topic – provide an example of HOW it is used as indicated below.
The drawing area is where the part is drawn. The boat in the figure above is “drawn” within the drawing area.
currently looking for other work. I make good money with him when we're working but it's too off and on. I need something more steady. If I used him as a reference however he would attest to my hard work and 100% dependability.
BJ'S DRYDEN SHELL: DRYDEN, WASHINGTON
Cashier August 2013 - November 2013
As a cashier it was my responsibility to greet all customers cordially and assist in gas and food transactions. Furthermore we handled foodstamps, phone cards, lottery and scratch tickets and assisted with…
Drawing is the basis of all visual observations.
Artists reasons for drawing:
-define their ideas
-plan larger projects
-resolve design issues in preparatory sketches
-record visual observations
Materials of Drawing: Dry Media
Artist must first choose between wet or dry media.
Chalk, pastel, and crayon
Materials of Drawing: Wet Media
Quill and pen
Before paper, drawing were made on pyramids, wood…