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About This Project

I am a High School student taking Running Start at WSU. I took this art class because I enjoy drawing in a general sense, and wanted to see how far my drawing skills could go. This drawing was a difficult task because I’ve never attempted advanced drawing techniques such as light reflection or curvature. I tried to make my drawing look as accurate as possible in order to make it look like the glasses were almost three-dimensional. I am most proud of this drawing because overall, I think it turned out very well and captured the look and feel of the glasses very nicely.


The Curvature of Light Within Glass

Student Name

Kevin Lam




Fine Art 110: Introduction to Drawing


K. Sisson

FA 110 Introduction to Drawing, Graphite