Thursday, June 19, 2008

Classical Appeal


The first week of ass-busting is coming to a close, and I must say it's been a good one. Because of the condensed summer semester, I can plan on doing a week's worth of homework in roughly two days. So far I haven't been found in my underwear, mumbling to myself in the fetal position in the alley way next to the Chinese restaurant across the street... of course it's only the first week. Above is the fruit of my artistic labor thus far- a copy(left) of Pierre Prud'hon's Seated Female (right). It's been a while since I've had to do a master copy, but I'm satisfied for the seven or so hours I've got in it.
Below is the downtown building on Post St., in which the liberal arts classes are held, including mine. The other pictures show the surrounding area. These shots could have been better, but the kamikaze cab drivers and speeding Mercedes' being driven by girls on their cellphones screwing with the radio dictated I should seek pedestrian grounds for my photos.




3 comments:

JamesF said...

That's an impressive recreation. If I didn't know better I would have thought it had been light boxed.

Dee said...

They say that dogs and their owners often look alike- I see now that it is true!

Willy C said...

ill take both of those as compliments!