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Was kinda bored in class today (student presentations) so I decided to see how I'd do with speed sketching (anything to keep myself awake). I had about 10 - 15 minutes to try and sketch a profile as detailed as possible. I think I'm actually getting better at this.

Sketches can be found behind the cut.

HyunJu )

Uncle Dick )

'Scuse the writing on around the pictures. I didn't actually have a sketch pad with me so I was sketching on my lecture notes.

In other news I've got my final assignments due next week. Ack! They're with another student and we've been meeting up on Mondays and Tuesdays the last couple of weeks to work on 'em. We only really get 2 hours each of these days to do this. 'course, she hasn't figured out the bus system yet and we're 12 weeks in. She was a good 45mins late *sighs*. I spent it reviewing and editing the rough draft of her part of the essay.

We're analysing a text book and then ripping it to pieces (actually kinda fun *evil grin*). That's the first assignment. Second assignment is actually creating a unit of work, i.e. actually creating a couple of pages of a textbook....that part's a little more difficult.

Sketches

Apr. 5th, 2009 08:13 am
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Had some time while dinner was cooking tonight so I did a sketch. Nothing spectacular, but it's something (and not Transformer related for once).

I sat down, grabbed my Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull novel and then proceeded to attempt to sketch Indy. It turned out, mostly. The hat's a bit wonky and I'm not entirely happy with it, but for a quick, one hour sketch it's not too bad.

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Well, I had two classes with tests yesterday so I went to my old fallback:

Drawing!

Here's the results *grins*

Behind the cut to save your flists )

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