A Hillsborough Community College Student Publication since 1978.
by Nick Cruz
Ink on paper
This is a very interesting and thoughtful artwork! It personally makes me think of Optimus Prime, the almighty transformer in a battle scene. The mix of blues, red black and gray colors really show a lot of action and emotion in this piece. I feel like it truly speaks to me, and my favorite movie. Very good piece, I will look into more of your wonderful work!
Hi Nick! I also agree with the comment above. The very first thing i thought of when i seen this was my all time favorite transformer from my favorite movie, Optimus Prime. The straight lines, the symmetry, and the colors. Very great work!
This is a great piece, it’s simple yet very aesthetically pleasing! The multiple lines used give the work a lot of implied movement which is good because it draws your eyes all around area. The strong, bold red line is great, it gives the piece some depth. Overall, I really like it, and I can’t help but to think of Optimus Prime after reading the above comment!
I see why this is untitled because it looks unfinished. Is it just me or are the lines just not connected as they should be. I always look deeper then the surfaceof anything. When you pull the layers off of the lines on this drawing yoou will find a different meaning ans outcome. I wonder what the artist was thinking before starting this drawing because I think plans changed mid way.
I really like this! I’m not usually too keen on abstract art but this to me is very aesthetically pleasing. Your clean lines and shading definitely make this piece interesting. I’m also really fond of the colors. I love that you stopped where you did and didn’t continue adding to it. It looks awesome and I hope you keep producing pieces like this!
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