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Cate Adamopoulos TMD 427 : Portfolios & Presentations Portfolio Piece # 3
<ul><li>This is some work from my Drawing I class that I took spring semester (Spring 2010) of my junior year at the Unive...
* This piece consists of styrofoam spheres and a cup on a table in front of a draped sheet. Size:  18 x 24 Materials:  Med...
* This drawing consists of paper intersecting itself. The purpose is to show depth and shadows.  Size:  18 x 24 Materials:...
* This drawing consists of a piece of paper rolled into a tube-like shape.  The objective is to show depth, highlights, an...
* This is a drawing of different sized American flags pinned up and draped on a wall.  Size:  18 x 24 Materials:  Medium N...
* This is a drawing of the same American flags as shown in the previous slide.  The point of the drawing was to pick a sma...
* This is a drawing of a piece of popcorn, which I found to be the most challenging because the popcorn is already white a...
* This drawing is of a cow skull.  I also found this piece to be a challenge because majority of it was already a light co...
*Our final project of the semester was to choose a plant in the URI greenhouses and focus on a certain part of that plant ...
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  1. 1. Cate Adamopoulos TMD 427 : Portfolios & Presentations Portfolio Piece # 3
  2. 2. <ul><li>This is some work from my Drawing I class that I took spring semester (Spring 2010) of my junior year at the University of Rhode Island. We worked with pencil, charcoal and chalk to create the drawings on white and colored paper of different textures. Everything in this class was drawn in black and white only. We learned different techniques in order to accentuate shadows, highlights, and depth to create three dimensional drawings. </li></ul>
  3. 3. * This piece consists of styrofoam spheres and a cup on a table in front of a draped sheet. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Pencil
  4. 4. * This drawing consists of paper intersecting itself. The purpose is to show depth and shadows. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Pencil
  5. 5. * This drawing consists of a piece of paper rolled into a tube-like shape. The objective is to show depth, highlights, and shadows. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Pencil
  6. 6. * This is a drawing of different sized American flags pinned up and draped on a wall. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Pencil
  7. 7. * This is a drawing of the same American flags as shown in the previous slide. The point of the drawing was to pick a smaller area of concentration to accentuate the highlights and shadows using charcoal. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Charcoal
  8. 8. * This is a drawing of a piece of popcorn, which I found to be the most challenging because the popcorn is already white and we had to accentuate the highlights and shadows. We also created a replica using charcoal and chalk on black paper. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Pencil
  9. 9. * This drawing is of a cow skull. I also found this piece to be a challenge because majority of it was already a light color and the objective was to balance the shadows and highlights. Again, we created a replica on black paper with chalk and charcoal. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Pencil
  10. 10. *Our final project of the semester was to choose a plant in the URI greenhouses and focus on a certain part of that plant we found to be the most interesting. Size: 18 x 24 Materials: Medium Natural White Paper, Pencil
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