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Death Contemplating Time

By Fischer-Art
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This is a perspective project I had to do in Drawing 1. I really enjoyed working with crow quill for the first time and is now my preference for doing any pen and ink.
Image size
3204x2402px 3.35 MB
iPhone 5s
Shutter Speed
1/60 second
Focal Length
4 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Mar 27, 2014, 7:20:48 PM
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MyWorld1's avatar
For some reason when i did this project when i took Drawing 1 the perspective thing went right over my head... the teacher had to help me draw the room ;p Yours looks soooo much better than mine. I love the depth to it :)
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Haha, thanks so much Alysia! I love perspective drawing. I have a couple ideas for new perspective pieces, I just need to find the time to do start them lol
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You're welcome! Perspective drawings a way cool, you should do more.. but yeah, i get the time thing.. You know the project from Drawing II where we drew the still life and then drew it again over it and the chose some values to resolve and did whatever we wanted to do with the others? For some reason I want to do that with a human face.... Like someone's profile and then looking one looking more at you.. I think that would be cool, but I haven't found the time...
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Perfect drawing, I like the cross-hatching so much... very neat and delicate drawing <3 ^^
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Thank you so much!
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books and illustration! 
KingOfSoul81's avatar
Nice!  Where did you get the skeleton from?
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Thank you! I referenced what I believe was an engraving by Andreas Visalius. It was one of the parameters of my perspective project to include a famous work of art into the piece.
KingOfSoul81's avatar
Okay.  I saw the same skeleton in an old clip art book and wondered who did it.  Now I see he did most of the anatomy stuff in that book.
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