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Big Art Project

May 26, 2012

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Finals ended Wednesday! Hard to believe they were only 4 days ago. Anyway, I’m starting a couple new projects. The first is for a big occasion, done in graphite on 14×17 paper but I can’t say anything more about it. It’s a surprise! Then next drawing is of a dog named Precious. This was requested […]

Can’t Trust Anyone

May 9, 2012

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So I recently added my dodge dart drawing to my DeviantArt Deviations and to the contest. Every once in a while, I’ve been checking around the entries to see who else has a good chance. Today, I found my own drawing (the incomplete version) copied and re-submitted by another Deviant. In the description, it said, […]

Which Side Are You On?

May 6, 2012

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I’m totally leaning towards the right. It’s a no-brainer. I found this picture off of Wallbase.

Obamacare Political Cartoon

May 6, 2012

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I have a weekend school project of making a political cartoon on a world current event. It’s kind of a lucky project. I don’t often get drawing assignments or projects that involve art. Altough I didn’t have trouble drawing the cartoons, I had a hard time getting ideas. My dad suggested Obama carrying the Obamacare […]

Doodles

May 5, 2012

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This is a collection of doodles I drew a month or so ago. These were all people I found flipping through my biology book. We all know Einstien (I sure hope so, anyway). Paul Cox is an ethnobotanist. I don’t know who the third guy was. Those two were just people I came across in […]

News – Unfinished Projects

May 4, 2012

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  I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. You can see just¬†how bad I am about finishing my art from my latest posts: Eagle Drawing First, there’s my eagle. It may appear finished or “purposely unfinished” but looks can be¬†deceiving. The head is the most intricate part I have to detail. (And that’s […]

Next Drawing

May 2, 2012

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I plan to draw this beautiful dove. It was part of a photo series in this post. I will do my absolute best to complete this piece of work. No more unfinished business.