Vincenzo Esposito

Vincenzo Esposito

Vincenzo Esposito
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Chicken Wire Primitive Wall Decor Home di PineknobsAndCrickets

Chicken Wire Primitive Wall Decor Home di PineknobsAndCrickets

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This is ellipse Perspective Drawing where it goes to one view point but on every side it is full of circles that also fade to the view point. This isn't the easy to do as the circles have to measure correctly or it would just look weird. This has a most bodacious 3D depth to it.

This is ellipse Perspective Drawing where it goes to one view point but on every side it is full of circles that also fade to the view point. This isn't the easy to do as the circles have to measure correctly or it would just look weird. This has a most bodacious 3D depth to it.

Perfection

Perfection

Well explained...

Well explained...

Drawing a basic wave can be fun, but after a while it can get boring if you are merely following the same formula over and over again. The key to breaking out of this potential rut is achieved by drawing waves from different angles.

Drawing a basic wave can be fun, but after a while it can get boring if you are merely following the same formula over and over again. The key to breaking out of this potential rut is achieved by drawing waves from different angles.

3rd Grade - Students used 9 x 24" colored paper & 3 colors of tempera paint to make their background. We used mat board to spread the paint. They got to choose 3 colors and sprinkle the paint on the background before "pulling" the paint, making sure not to mix all the colors together. The birch tree was made on white paper, and then pulled black paint horizontally to create the bark. Once dry, it was glued onto the background and branches were drawn with black marker. Artsonia

3rd Grade - Students used 9 x 24" colored paper & 3 colors of tempera paint to make their background. We used mat board to spread the paint. They got to choose 3 colors and sprinkle the paint on the background before "pulling" the paint, making sure not to mix all the colors together. The birch tree was made on white paper, and then pulled black paint horizontally to create the bark. Once dry, it was glued onto the background and branches were drawn with black marker. Artsonia

The procedure of painting 20120515 by ShenyangART on deviantART

The procedure of painting 20120515 by ShenyangART on deviantART