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Fingers & Faces

Last Thursday we were assigned a project in which we were to create a series of blind contour drawings then, using stencil paper, create stencils using our drawings. Next we were to  use those stencils to create two drawings (a loose term here). I decided to go with acrylic paint (black) and create almost a “print” like effect for the first one.

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When i decided that i wanted to upload it to this (Amazing) blog i first wanted to crop and contrast-asize (an art term) the image to make it pop, like corn. I did my photo magic and a strange thing happened, the image became so crisp and beautiful, but simultaneously lost almost all of its information, leaving me with a highly pixelated MS Paint like image. Click on the image, ZOOOM in and check it out!

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The second one is still just in the beginning phases, but it should be done by this Friday! 

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3 thoughts on “Fingers & Faces

  1. Suzanne says:

    At first glance this piece is confusing and jumbled for me. As I took some time with it, the patterns and symmetry begin to show. This would be an interesting tablecloth with the border hanging over the edge of the table.
    And I begin to wonder what this piece would become if a splash of color or something that disturbed the symmetry were added.
    Nice piece. I enjoyed considering it.

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