Andrew Schmidt

AndrewSchmidt (b. 1989) is a modern occult artist living in Ferndale, MI.He received his MFA in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art (2014)and BFA in Sculpture + Extended Media from Virginia CommonwealthUniversity (2012). He has shown in Detroit, MI, Philadelphia, PA, andNew York City.

Andrew Schmidt
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Just ordered new square/deluxe (thick with black layer in between) business cards! Only got 50, but they are gonna be really nice…
Just ordered new square/deluxe (thick with black layer in between) business cards! Only got 50, but they are gonna be really nice…
Just ordered new square/deluxe (thick with black layer in between) business cards! Only got 50, but they are gonna be really nice…
Just ordered new square/deluxe (thick with black layer in between) business cards! Only got 50, but they are gonna be really nice…
Just ordered new square/deluxe (thick with black layer in between) business cards! Only got 50, but they are gonna be really nice…
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Andrew Schmidt
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Andrew Schmidt
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Andrew Schmidt
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Andrew Schmidt
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Dots and Waves

A rough look at 2 of my favorite patterns  I use in my drawings. The dots around and in circular patterns really give a sense of motion. I would reccomend using at least 2 rings of dots to start getting the effect. The other is the wave pattern which is basically just trying to draw parallel as well as possible, but also embracing your hiccups. I really find the beauty in the flaws here and if you accentuate your mistakes the pattern will make itself. I know this is rough and basic, but after looking at this, check out some of my past drawings and you’ll see these patterns in action.
Dots and Waves

A rough look at 2 of my favorite patterns  I use in my drawings. The dots around and in circular patterns really give a sense of motion. I would reccomend using at least 2 rings of dots to start getting the effect. The other is the wave pattern which is basically just trying to draw parallel as well as possible, but also embracing your hiccups. I really find the beauty in the flaws here and if you accentuate your mistakes the pattern will make itself. I know this is rough and basic, but after looking at this, check out some of my past drawings and you’ll see these patterns in action.
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"The Veil" by Andrew Schmidt
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"Celestial Entropy" by Andrew Schmidt
"Celestial Entropy" by Andrew Schmidt
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Q: Your drawings are amazing. Is there anyway I could learn how to do that type of style?
Asked by lundyn341