Time really flies. Now I’m working on the final project of my master’s course.
I was doing some research and practicing drawing for my project. This project was about the object I was interested from the Wellcome Collection. You can read the story I wrote here: [MA] The First Gift: A Story Inspired by the Object from Wellcome Collection
I had a tutorial with my tutor today for the culture and identity research project. For those who are new to my blog, I have the habit of recording the links and what I have found on the internet here on my blog so that I won’t lose them and will be able to look back later.
Our class visited the Medicine Man exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London last Tuesday. The fourth project of the illustration practice unit was based on the object we found from the exhibition.
I went to the DIY Art Market with my classmates today. It was a lot of fun!
I bought dip pen and drawing ink yesterday after Al suggested me to try some simple materials such as pencils on Monday.
I tried another paper from our studio today. It’s Seawhite drawing cartridge. I also recorded a video of the drawing process. I think this paper is okay for gouache. But it’s a little bit too thin for me because I used to put a lot of water when I’m drawing. I think I still need to get some paper from the art shop.
Al and Susan suggested me to look up these illustrators and get familiar with their works. So here are what I found and my opinion of their works.
I tried oil pastel with watercolour today and try to draw the main character of my story. These two materials are the ones that I’d like to use in my illustrated book.
I went back home this week. To tell the truth, I found it really hard to work at home. There were too many things