Hulkamania running wild! Here is a piece I whipped up before their eyes to show them the process and some inking techniques using pens, ink, brushes, copic and prismacolour markers.
It's a tradition I keep........ I like to do something special for the final class. I did some good old fashioned home baking at midnight the night before our final class. I baked enough of my latest invention: Reese Peanut Butter Cup and Oreo cookie stuffed brownies, for my class, the teen class next door (I didn't want to leave our neighbors out) and the boys in AV, the commissionaires who do security for the college and of course the extended studies administrative staff. It is because of their hard work that my job as an instructor at ACAD is fulfilling.
Exquisite Corpse. This is a game developed by the surrealists where you fold some paper and each person draws a different section of a figure without knowing what the rest looks like. When you are done you unfold it to reveal the result of the "blind" collaboration. We did this very quick as the critique took longer than I anticipated (that's a good thing!)
Even I got in the game by starting this head then passing the folded paper to one of the students.
I did the huge lizard feet on this crazy mish-mash. The exquisite Corpse is a really fun and creative drawing activity. I got to keep most of our creations since it is rather hard to split the difference between us all, but I did offer them to take anyone they liked.