Object Practice! Refrigerator! Lots of Fun! I usually don’t draw things like this, but I will more often from now on!
Oh! if you are reading this, please send me a message with 2 to 4 random words (nouns, verbs, adjectives) I WILL LOVE YOU! or follow you on tumblr….

Object Practice! Refrigerator! Lots of Fun! I usually don’t draw things like this, but I will more often from now on!

Oh! if you are reading this, please send me a message with 2 to 4 random words (nouns, verbs, adjectives) I WILL LOVE YOU! or follow you on tumblr….

Lee Walton

Reading about what Lee Walton did with Facebook and the idea of intervention in performance art has me really stumped on what I would like to do with my project. I really liked reading about John Cage who created music that was separated from aesthetics and his likes and dislikes. I would love to try something like that with animation if I am allowed and have a straight ahead animation with the only intervention being a song I listen to. I know this isn’t exactly performance Art, but I feel it relates. I would love to experiment with this idea and see where it goes. I am interested in a new experience, as is often sought after in performance art and I feel my project would relate to that.
I also like Acconis project and the idea of following someone. I think it would be cool to do that on a server on minecraft and see how people react. My last idea would be to troll on a fan messaging account on the Internet. I do not plan to offend anyone, I just hope to say things out of context and see how people react.

Tags: Avt 280

(Please Answer/reblog) Is Going To College for Art worth it?

sketchbookjammy:

Hello artists and future artists(art students) of all professions. Please answer my question. (fine art, writing,dance, theater, music, dance…. etc)

I am writing a paper for a college class.

Two Questions for you

Is going to art school (receiving a bachelors degree)worth it?

Could you learn what you want without a college degree and still be successful in the art industry?

Thank you for taking the time to read this and for your answers! 

For my AVT 280 class at George Mason University I had to create a series of 5 selfies. 

Tittle: Different Time

Artist Statement: The selfies represent the present I took them in, but emulate a past which is still recognized from art history, the art industry and the world of entertainment. 

Research Project: While exploring the idea behind selfies I decided to take pictures which felt like they were lost in time, or showed things that are often represented when portraying women throughout history whether it be in the art industry or the entertainment industry. I looked at a lot of famous art work, movie posters, magazines, and tried to portray aspects which stood out to me from different time periods. 

Production process: I took a lot of selfies, and I was just experimenting with ideas of acting, and theater, and even the idea behind the modern self portrait where we basically define ourselves for other people. I then thought about how art and the entertainment industry define people and cultures all the time. I wanted to do the same but with myself, so I tried different costumes, lighting, environments, which I believed would help take the modern present self of who I am into another time period or another self. These were also all taken with my i-pad. 

(Please Answer/reblog) Is Going To College for Art worth it?

Hello artists and future artists(art students) of all professions. Please answer my question. (fine art, writing,dance, theater, music, dance…. etc)

I am writing a paper for a college class.

Two Questions for you

Is going to art school (receiving a bachelors degree)worth it?

Could you learn what you want without a college degree and still be successful in the art industry?

Thank you for taking the time to read this and for your answers! 

Muddy Colors Process Notes

This is indeed worth the look at!

http://muddycolors.blogspot.com/2014/04/process-to-people-part-1.html

1: Thumbnail sketches
2: Detailed sketch
3: Studies from life (or photography)
4: Value/color sketch
5: Study of head/hands/feet/fabric/difficult passages
6: Full sized cartoon
7: Final painting
Where are the Darks and lights?
Drawn with sharpie marker only
I’m so happy, this is one of the few things I’ve drawn my teacher actually likes! yay!

Where are the Darks and lights?

Drawn with sharpie marker only

I’m so happy, this is one of the few things I’ve drawn my teacher actually likes! yay!

Glow! Some more digital art practice!

Glow! Some more digital art practice!