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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.

Title

The Curvature of Light Within Glass

Student Name

Kevin Lam

Medium

Graphite

Course

Fine Art 110: Introduction to Drawing

Instructor

K. Sisson

Category
FA 110 Introduction to Drawing, Graphite