In general, I like to organize blog posts by units of study the artists at South B are entertaining. However, by this time of year there are so many different things happening that it’s easier to just write about all the stuff that's happening. So here is a post dedicated to stuff and things... but mostly stuff.
Above: A pet portrait of her dog.
Working on their first ever stop motion animation
We introduced figure drawing and proportion.
She is doing a reverse drawing in color pencil. A photo is taken and a reverse filter is applied to display realistic colors.
One of the hand turkeys from our Hand turkey Tuesday contest. This one took longer than Tuesday to complete.
Working in series, this student decided to explore apples in pastel.
"I don't know what to do."
"Go make a giant hamburger."
Portrait in coffee. Smells good too.
"I want to do a screen print"
"We don't have any screen printing stuff"
(Whines) "But I want to doo a screeeeen printttt."
Students actually whines screen printing into existence
Portait work in marker
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Art of South B
This blog contains the work of Visual Artists, Computer Graphic Designers, Animators, and Street Artists from South Brunswick High School, NC