How to Draw Manga Eyes, Eight Different Ways (Notes)+ 3 drawings

Elf

Eye

Meline1meline2Doll

Understanding Comics 

Chapter 7:

  • Art
    • Not grown out of human instincts such as survival or reproduction.
    • Way to assert identities as individuals and break out of the narrow roles that nature casts us in.
    • Theres and element of art in everything that we do.
    • Creation of art follows a specific path.
    • That path has six steps Idea/purpose, form, idiom ,structure, craft, and surface.
  • Pure Art
    • There is no practical value but it is still very important.
    • Purpose
  • Path to creation of any work in any medium.
    • Idea/Purpose
    • Content
  • Form
    • The form it is done in.
  • Idiom
    • Genera it is done in.
    • The style that it is done in.
  • Structure
    • How the work is composed.
  • Craft
    • Actually applying skills and knowledge to the work at hand.
  • Surface
    • Production Value
  • The order of these six steps can be discovered in any order but when they are brought together they always fall in place.

Chapter 8

  • Color has been a powerful concern of fine artists everywhere.
    • It is believed that colors have a profound physical and emotional effects on people
  •  Commerce
    • How much money you use or have affects what is seen and  what isn’t seen.
  • Additive colors
    • Red, Blue, Green
    • Are used to create every color that is in the visible spectrum.
  • Subtractive colors
    • Cyan Magenta, Yellow
    • Mix to produce any color in the visible spectrum
  • Colors
    • Picked for strength and to be contrasted.
    • No dominating color on most pages.
    • Emphasize the shape of objects.
    • Black & White
      • Flat colors
        • World becomes a playground of shapes and space

About tylerjamesxo

Summary A few sentences long. Should include: Who are you? What is your focus/? What do you aspire to? Whatwill be found in this portfolio (in broad strokes)? Check for spelling, grammar, capitalization, etc. Spend some time refining this. Should NOT include: Information not relevant to this portfolio (“I have a brother named Steve, and a fish named Jimmy”) Informal language (“im TOTES into teh database programming!!1!”) ‘shout outs’ (“Hey Jimmy! Say hi to mom for me!”) Think about the tone you want to present publicly and to your faculty. After your summary, list the following categories: Software expertise [list all software in which you are proficient] Related Work [Work or internships related to DMA. What was your job title? Where? When?] Exhibitions [Any time your work has exhibited- public screenings, gallery shows, etc. What? When? Where?] Publications [Any of your images or writing that has been published. What? When? Where?] Conferences [Any conferences you’ve attended. What? When? Where? If you presented, also post the title of the presentation. Organizations [Off-campus organizations you are a member of. Do you hold a special position? President, Treasurer, etc?] Clubs [Campus clubs you are a part of. Do you hold a special position? President, Treasurer, etc?] Volunteering [Any community service or volunteer events you’ve been involved with] List all of these categories, even if some of them are blank for now. Make it your goal to fill out something in each category.
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