Monday, October 1, 2012

science is the art of life

Lately I have been creating more work in a decidedly scientific fashion. I always loved the drawings of the "Old Masters" with an espcial appreciation for anatomy. But straight up scientific rendering can get boring. So I figured it was time to start the (almost) scientific art I wanted to see. I am doing this not so much for learning or teaching, but because its (hopefully) accurate with a (hopfully) nice design. And since I love chiaroscuro, I incorporated that too.

Pencil on Drawing Paper

Oil on Panel

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