Week 2: Proportion/Line Punk Genre Out of Class Drawing, Part 1

2009.11.07

Final drawing meeting requirements for Week 2 Out of Class Drawing:  Proportional Line with characteristics of Punk Genre(s).

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Time: 1 to 2 hours a day for 4 or 5 days.  Something like that.  Paper: Rives BFK  34 x 26″  Media: black and white ink; black, gray and white pastel.

Admittedly a bit of overkill for a line drawing.  Still, it is a build up of lines.  Detail:

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Actuals: Watch parts and a piece of broken glass.   I found the broken glass in a dumpster.   I had made the watch parts I had available into earrings prior to this project so ended up having to draw from the earrings:

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Process: Loaded Rotring  fountain pen with ink + water for gray ink:

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Worked on inking in  proportional line drawing of watch parts in gray then spraying with water for runs and splatters.  Admittedly, at this point, I was doing very unpunk things like swiping up runs with a kleenex when they threatened to mess up really good parts of the drawing.

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Inked in watch parts with black ink and used spray bottle to splatter gray ink over paper stencils resembling broken glass.

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Finished with black, gray and white pastels.  Used wet brush on pastels to define glass.

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