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IC DRAW NDM Sisters EMJ-Crop Comparison 1   Leave a comment

1)drawing of image within an image of a photodigital--A girl partly hidden E M J  2) drawing of image within an image of a photodigital--A girl partly hidden E M J

3) drawing of image within an image of a photodigital--A girl partly hidden E M J         4)drawing of image within an image of a photodigital--A girl partly hidden E M J

5)drawing of image within an image of a photodigital--A girl partly hidden E M J  6) drawings of an image within an image of a photodigital--A girl partly hidden the progression of the drawing attempt E M J

Here is a cropping from the image of the last post–it showcases the figure or area containing the Image within an Image I used to explore my drawing database.-Ernie Moore Jr.

crop of Image within an image, photodigital Camera Motion called Sisters E M J

Center left of main image.

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Learning Drawing from Images within Images   Leave a comment

comparison of drawing of image within an image EMJ

Firstly done in acrylics.  Images within Images–Accidental Art.  Here is one of the perceptions or images within the image.  By deliberately image Capturing accidentally I realized I might be able to get well formed images I could not on my own understandings draw.  The point of Accidental Art for me was to learn strokes I might not know and amass a database of strokes to better be able to draw.

The drawing is perhaps spare because I’m only at lines of formation.  They outline and give definition to rasp the gist of  the image.  Because going farther than I have secureness detracts from the drawing Messing-up the overall.  I save myself attempts at do-overs (impossible to exactly match as a drawing at my stage is individual).  Right now I do the minimal and stroke by stroke add to.  The one stroke that feels off from capturing the good semblance is the last stroke for that drawing (also painting)-Ernie Moore Jr

Ic Draw 2 Faces Face 9 EMJsignasc   Leave a comment

Ic Draw 2 Faces Face 9 EMJsignasc

These are how I will learn better drawing. Using the digital photograph Face 9, I followed my procedure: outline light or outline dark, use enough strokes to translate the image, Avoid detail–one stroke too many ruins the entire draw. Do a completely new draw and go farther, rather than ruining the earlier draw. Each draw is a work in itself. Although here I would photograph a point, then do more to the drawing-photograph, draw then I might get to come-back to an earlier more preferred direction where as drawing over draw looses me earlier pieces.-Ernie Moore Jr.