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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

a subtle spotlight on the positive

 Drawings are made with graphite and charcoal. It's a sneak peak at letting the left brain into the drawing process. Leaning away from the total flat spacial requirements of past assignments, the right-brain-working students in my drawing class were asked to "spotlight" sections where they would explore shading and detail. I think the negative spaces are way more successful, and must try to convince them to leave their labeling left brains outside the classroom.

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