Hey guys, they are some drawings.

So here is my final for Drawing from Imagination, and the constructions, cause you know, students might see this. There are of course, a ton more bits of construction, but that would look like a mess to show you. I also had to label and sort the construction for the shadows, and the Beast’s reflection. Let me know if you are interested in that. I got an A-.
It was based on this passage of text:

Every night Beauty and the Beast would sit by the hearth in the ornamental great hall and talk. The Beast’s stories were fascinating to Beauty and his smile was kind in the firelight. Soon she found that she was anticipating her evenings with the Beast all day long.

One, summer night the Beast dropped to one knee and looked into the eyes of his companion.

“I know I am ugly – horribly ugly – but I have to ask. Do you think that a lady as beautiful as you could ever marry a Beast?”

“Never,” Beauty said with a tear in her eye. “I love you for the honest, gentle soul you are but, no, I could never marry a Beast.”

At that, the Beast fled the hall and Beauty did not see him again for many nights.

I got an A-.

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