The fifth drawing we’ve done in class. :3 The theme of it was metamorphous where we had to take an object and have it morph into something else. The criteria for it was that we had to have an organic and inorganic object and one of them had to be observational and the other could be taken from a photograph. As you can see, I decided to have the feathers at the bottom of a dream catcher morph into birds. Interesting picture until you have to draw a dream catcher billowing in the wind from life while the wind is being caused by a hair dryer. Seriously. I generally like how it came out, to say the least. :)I used charcoal, colored pencil, graphite pencil (9H), oil pastels, pastels, and a Conté crayon on 140 lb cold press paper that’s 22x30 inches.(Bonus: here’s a really cool edit of it when I used flash for it (the picture you see now is without the flash) and the picture was auto adjusted-https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/33981_10200919300008910_666001939_n.jpg )

The fifth drawing we’ve done in class. :3 The theme of it was metamorphous where we had to take an object and have it morph into something else. The criteria for it was that we had to have an organic and inorganic object and one of them had to be observational and the other could be taken from a photograph. As you can see, I decided to have the feathers at the bottom of a dream catcher morph into birds. Interesting picture until you have to draw a dream catcher billowing in the wind from life while the wind is being caused by a hair dryer. Seriously. 

I generally like how it came out, to say the least. :)

I used charcoal, colored pencil, graphite pencil (9H), oil pastels, pastels, and a Conté crayon on 140 lb cold press paper that’s 22x30 inches.

(Bonus: here’s a really cool edit of it when I used flash for it (the picture you see now is without the flash) and the picture was auto adjusted-
https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/33981_10200919300008910_666001939_n.jpg )

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