Tag Archives: Intro To Visual Communications

Final Write up for Intro To Visual Communications

To me the difference between every artist and their works is what makes them unique a one of a kind. Matthew Farina and his piece Abaft the Beam, 2012, acrylic on canvas 40” x 120” located in the Boundary Hunters … Continue reading

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Final project for Intro To Visual Communications

For our final project in Intro To Visual Communications I created a book using many different skills I have learned during my first semester attending Alfred State College. I loved this project, even though it was very difficult for me.

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Color Wheel

In this project we had to learn to mix and blind colors to make new colors, different color complements, and earth tones. we needed to include primary colors, secondary, and tertiary colors.

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Head in Smoke

For this project we had to study the colors we used and try to figure out what color gray it would be. In this painted self-portrait we had to create two portraits in one.

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Shattered Face Project

 In the Shattered Face Project with the use of a grid we deliberately covered all the spaces but the one we were drawing to get a shattered effect. This proses only allows you to see one panel at a time … Continue reading

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Closed Composition Using Shape

In this project we used different patters to show different lines of shadows on my face in a closed composition. By creating similar lines between the positive and negative space it causes the eye to move between them, in order … Continue reading

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Topographic Abstract Self-Portrait

In this project we were given the task to us linear perspective or 3D letters to create an abstract face. I created atmospheric perspective with value and contrast., and the illusion of depth by over lapping letters. The scale change … Continue reading

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