Bryce Wymer This drawing has a nice feeling of texture, especially in the background. The lines help add space. The composition leads the viewer's eyes through the drawing starting at the cup in the front leading towards the palette farther back. The cup in the foreground helps separate the space and give even more depth.
Bryce Wyrmer | The hair is what really attracted me to this drawing. The hair has a really interesting texture that looks and behaves like texture. The detail in this drawing helps add space even though the composition focuses on a smaller section of space. The only thing about this drawing is I feel there should be more texture to help create space.
The Work of Daniel Robbins This drawing is of a small pond and a few trees. I was drawn to the mark making used to create the water. The linework creating the rest of the drawing is exact and smooth. The items are lighter in the background and darker in the foreground to create depth.
daniel robbins | This drawing is of a bathroom with a shower curtain being in the center of the drawing. The perspective in this drawing is very realistic and looks as if it is receding in space. The lines feel light and exact.
The Work of Daniel Robbins There is a house receding back in space. There is nothing in the foreground and the largest thing in the space is the tree. There is an interesting interaction between the trees, which is what attracted me to this drawing. There is an asymmetric composition where the house and trees are off to the left, and the right has less going on.
Lucinda Rogers - London - Spitalfields This drawing of the London skyline is detailed and interesting. The way the space recedes makes it look as if you can see the curve of the earth. The use of color to highlight certain areas of the drawing is also interesting and breaks up the pictorial plan. There also is a slight gradient in the sky that simulates a sunset or a sunrise.
Lucinda Rogers - New York This drawing of a bus stop has very interesting warped perspective. The space is interesting and feels spacious and airy. there is an interesting sense of depth. This piece is linework, but I would be interested to see what would happen if texture was applied.
Lucinda Rogers This is a drawing of machinery in some sort of workshop. The artist uses thicker and thin lines to denote form and shadow. The only time texture is brought it is around a waste bin, which creates a unique sense of texture and dirt.
Magazine - Pat Perry: New Sketchbook Works + Print Releases
Pat Perry | This drawing was done in the back of a car, including both the driver and artist's figures. The artist's legs are visible along with the driver. The perspective bends in fish eye way. What attracted me to this drawing was the inclusion of the artist's legs and a bit of the sketchbook within the composition.
Pat Perry Sketches | This composition features the inside of a car, and the person driving. The most detail as far as value goes is on the person and steering wheel. I was interested in this drawing because of the subject matter, although I feel more value could be built up elsewhere in the drawing.