Part of my assignment this week was to do a small series of blind contour drawings. Blind continuous contour is a drawing process where in my case I drew from life, however the entire time I was drawing (15-20 minutes) I could not look down on my paper. This process has not always been my favorite, but it has been a way that I can relax, focus, and make work. The image above is of a reclining model that I drew this week.
The rest of the week I spent more time focused on my everyday surroundings and what I do everyday. Capturing these moments through the lens of a camera I would take some images then hand over my camera with instructions as to what I was looking for. So far there seems to be some really good shots. Very excited to see how these images will look as a negative on transparent film!
2 hours of drawing
9 hours of photo shoots and editing
4 hours of watching art documentaries
Total this week: 15 hours
Total overall: 52