Welp, the summer's now over and school has started once again! It's crazy how fast time flies--I still can't believe I'm a junior now! But I'm incredibly excited to get started, and to keep updating this blog with cool stuff from both my summer adventures and future school projects.
Below is some of the figure work I did while at Tigobo School. I really loved being able to draw figures from inside the gallery--what was really nice about it was that the gallery viewed outside onto a street corner that provided me plenty of inspiration for characters and stories. And the best part? The people couldn't see us inside the gallery really well, so there was no artist/subject awkwardness that usually comes with drawing from life.
Recognize this guy? He's the man that inspired the character from my previous post on the blog. I absolutely loved his mannerisms--they reminded me a bit of Po from Kung Fu Panda, which was pretty cool.
Like said, one of the best things about the space at Tigobo was that it faced a street corner where plenty of people would come by. In particular, I really loved drawing this couple(?), because of the range of emotions the woman expressed throughout her conversation with the man. Originally, it had started off as a simple chat, but soon the woman ended up crying, the man having to comfort her before they could continue talking.
Some of my friends from Tigobo (Top: Sully; Bottom: Cedric), posing for a 10 min gesture.
Lastly, one of my awesome teachers, Reno, posing for 10-15 min gestures.