Exploring drawing and painting (Exercise)

This is a very important exercise to experiment and explore different media showing the ways in which they behave on different textures and surfaces for drawing and painting.

Here I am showing the different images of the same object that I have produced in many different ways.

I have chosen a banana with a bite taken out of it.

The first picture shows the different materials that I used for these pictures collected together with a bulldog clip.

Exploring drawing&painting (1)

The next two pictures show the banana painted with water colour on to a plastic surface.

Exploring drawing&painting (2)

Exploring drawing&painting (3)

Then I sprayed some water on it and stuck it on a window.

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Exploring drawing&painting (12)

This next picture shows the banana in a Gouache style on kitchen roll.

Exploring drawing&painting (4)

After a little bit spray water.

Exploring drawing&painting (15)

Felt tip pen on post it notes.

Exploring drawing&painting (5)

Charcoal

Exploring drawing&painting (6)

After using rubber to smudge it.

Exploring drawing&painting (18)

Coloured pencils

Exploring drawing&painting (7)

Children’s felt tips.

Exploring drawing&painting (8)

Water colour

Exploring drawing&painting (9)

Gouache

Exploring drawing&painting (10)

Gouache on black rough paper

Exploring drawing&painting (16)

Gouache on a information paper

Exploring drawing&painting (17)

Collage on the packaging I had from a plant I purchased

Exploring drawing&painting (19)

Collage on a toilet roll (trying for 3D effect)

Exploring drawing&painting (20)

Collage on a toothspace packing (3D)

Exploring drawing&painting (21)

Stippling

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The last two pictures I have drawn 3 bananas on a sketchbook’s paper then I made a 3D banana  model with pieces I had cut from a washing up glove.

Exploring drawing&painting (23)

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I liked this task a lot. I will continue  to try new methods in the future.

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