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Drawing For Beth

January 4, 2014

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Drawn with MICRON ~3 hours of work

The 29th Annual PorkOut – Fancy Pig Drawing

January 4, 2014

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This last September, the Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders held the 29th annual PorkOut auction dinner. I entered another drawing of a pig into the auction, along with another “drawing of the highest bidder’s choice” and raised $100 more than last year. The pig raised $500, the other item raised $600 (split among two bidders). […]

Flower Drawing – For AP Studio Art

January 4, 2014

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I am in AP studio art this year. It requires me to create 24 drawings (12 anything, 12 are a concentration) and this is one. It’s based off a photograph I took in Steamboat, Colorado over the summer, along the trails at Fish Creek Falls. The paper is 4×6″ done in graphite.

Big Updates!

January 4, 2014

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So it has been a very long time since I have updated this website, so ¬†I am going to be posting a sequence of works that I have started or completed since May. This includes: A flower A pig A bike A design for Beth A birthday drawing for Beth A horse rider and my […]

My Father – Happy New Year

January 3, 2014

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I’ve worked a month and a half on this drawing. One of my best yet. I took this photograph on a hike to the top of Han’s Peak in Steamboat, Colorado. He’s wearing my pair of mirrored Premium Knockaround sunglasses, so I thought it would be a cool picture. I set a high exposure and […]

Project – Media

May 13, 2013

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I’ve sort been procrastinating on this project. I’ve focused more on the drawing than updating this. In a few hours I will post my project. As for what I chose was the scene in which the split fellowship passed through the Gates of Argonath. I managed to get most of the outlining of both statues, […]

Class Project

May 7, 2013

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The end of the semester of my junior year is close, but still not quite here. However, I get to enjoy most of my homework in my Introduction to Mass Media for the remainder of the school year. Intro to Mass Media is an elective focused on teaching about the history and effect different types […]

Art Class Drawings

April 24, 2013

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    I drew all of these in Drawing class at school. The first two are done in India ink, and the last one in a sort of oil pastel.

Barn Drawing Finally Complete!

April 9, 2013

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This was my biggest project yet. It was an auction item in a fundraiser for the Joshua Center (the same place as the one I drew cartoons for last summer). Between this and the pig [link], I raised $1000. This has taken me since last October and it has been my longest and most difficult project. […]

Progress on the Barn Drawing

January 13, 2013

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I have quite a few pictures of my WIP that I’ll upload later. I’ll also upload a better quality version.

Elephant – Happy Birthday, Beth!

December 16, 2012

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    Happy birthday, Beth ūüôā I’ll upload some progress pictures soon

Dog Drawing is Complete

December 2, 2012

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Best one yet! I finished this last weekend. This has been my most realistic by far. Specifically because of the background element.¬†Without¬†the surroundings, the subject looks merely like a portrait. For example, the horse looked incredible when it was finished, but it was definitely just a portrait. With the background, it would have better achieved […]

Building Popsicle Mansion Time Lapse – YouTube

July 25, 2012

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If you have time, watch this. While browsing YouTube, I came across this amazing video. A 16 year old built this mansion from 8,000 Popsicle sticks. He started when he was 14 and finished when he was 15. Very impressive

Horse Project Update

July 17, 2012

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Today, I will finally start the horse project. The Mystery Project is done! …But I can’t share it yet. It will remain a mystery to all but the¬†requester¬†until it’s revealed. No more can be said. Except that it isn’t long before I show it. Anyway, I’ll keep things updated on the horse!

Joshua Center

June 16, 2012

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Ok, so it’s been a long week. I spent the past 7 days at the Rotary Youth Camp in Jacomo, Missouri. I was working staff for the Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders as the¬†water-boy. However, one thing led to another, and soon I¬†was the camp artist! Becky Ottinger, the head of the operations, asked me […]