This project we were supposed to create a self portrait of our face using value. I’m unfortunately not the best with painting but, I think this came out pretty good with my skill. I showed or created depth on my face especially by using the white where the light was hitting my face and then the gray which showed more of the shadow. I also like how I show the indentation of my face where my eyes were and the space under my nose bridge. I cut all the pieces with a x-acto knife and filled in any blank spaces I had with the scraps. I wish I did my eye better a bit as well as the value gradation but, since I’m not to sure on how much paint to add when I made the gradation a lot of my values are out very similar. This project is then glued on a piece of paper which was then mounted on bristol board.
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Thank you for visiting my profile. I am an aspiring fashion designer and currently live with my boyfriend and our dog. I have two cats that are in another country and in the process of getting my cat's here so yes I love both cats and dogs. I also love to stay fit and am into dancing (for fun) as well as love to laugh! I listen to a lot of Pop music but, as of right now am into Korean Pop Music. I learned to sew in my technical high school so I have over 4+ years of experience of sewing but, am always wanting to learn new techniques of the trade. A little about my blog is that as of right now I will be posting up both things that I've designed and some patterns that are made by either simplicity or Butterick or any other pattern company but, since I currently have very limited knowledge on pattern making you will see that I will be mixing and matching and altering different patterns at my disposal but, do plan to tackle pattern drafting in the future. (I'm currently trying to get into school to get a degree in fashion design). View all posts by dress0sphere