Illustrated Journal: Week 1-Day 1

Hand Gesture Signs

j-hand     s-hand-sign

hand-sign-drawing

This is Colossal: Mo Ganji Tattoos

Mo Ganji’s single line tattoos show the simplicity of forms and figures in such a way that it could leave you speechless. His use of varying line weights defines the contour of the objects, while also making certain parts of the image have a certain volume in relation to their real-life counterparts, like the tires on the bike being bigger than the actual bike frame. His use of dots not only adds some variety to the image, but are also used as a means for shading certain parts, as well as giving certain details to images, like the freckles on the check of the man.

Stick Figure Drawing Practice

during right-after 30-minutes 1-hour

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