Monday, August 31, 2009

August 31, 2009
Final day of my quest to do 10,000 bad drawings. Over the weekend I realized this is really my final exam. Here are the results so far:

Final Exam, Part I

1.) Emulating A. Bierdstadt, create a campfire scene utilizing a full moon in actual scale, not the gargantuan kind that hack artists use:

2.) Using raw sienna execute an old time carte de visit:

3.) Avoiding line, use a black, felt-tip pen to illustrate a Sonoran vaquero using cross hatching exclusively:

4.) Take the same vaquero and put him on a horse:

5.) Utilizing only two complementary colors, illustrate the same vaquero:

6.) Using a black pen, capture the female form. Ten bonus points if you can get in a public service announcement about the dangers of not using sun screen:

7.) Illustrate the fluidity of clouds and the blending of subtle cloud colors:

8.) In sixty seconds do a gesture drawing of Michael Stipe of R.E.M. as a zombie, trying to choke himself:

9.) Using only silhouette shapes and two colors, convey the skyline of an urbane setting:

10.) Create a scene of a desert Haboob:

11.) Imagine that Frederic Remington and R. Crumb meet at Woodstock. What would that look like?:

"This has been a test."
—Test Giver Guy

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