1. The most helpful warm up for me would be the upside down drawing. This is because it was a new form of drawing I had never tried before. I was really skeptical about how it would go down but overall the process worked out better than I thought. I don't know how but it was actually quite close to the original, probably closer than what I could've gotten if I did it the regular way.
2. A project I learned and grew from would be the painting landscape project. This is because I had never been a big painter as a kid and I always thought painting water would be hard. Although it was hard, it was easier than I thought and I finished the piece came together in the end.
3. The most difficult thing I found in this class would be the certain projects because most of them were techniques I had never done before such as charcoal. I found this hard because it smeared very easily and I'm a lefty so I had to keep my hand in the air for the whole 1project. Because of this the way I drew was a little skewed so I couldn't draw to my full potential.
1. Our tray is made to hold dry snack foods for parties. It is made for that because of the flat surface of the bottom of the tray and the handles on the sides.
2. We came up with the idea from the new theatrical release of Beauty and the Beast and styled our tray after it.
3. Our process includes making each part of the tray separately and then scoring and slipping them together.
1. I used three point perspective.
2. The medium I chose was pen and ink.
3. The photo I used was an online picture of a gun facing towards the camera to look down the barrel.
4. What I found difficult about this project was trying to keep the sides of the gun symmetrical.
1. I used five different techniques and mediums including marker, paint, staple, sewing and cut and paste.
2. My word was heartbreak, so I drew a silhouette of a women with a broken heart above her.
1.My peice shows off the theme of line bcause of the shadows and and different thickness of the background.
2. I think my piece was very successful and I don't think I would change anything if I were to do it again.
1. My process since finishing the in-progress post has been to put my piece in the kiln for the glaze to dry and then to paint the rest of the jar using acrylic paint.
Hey guys! I'm Michael and this is my blog, enjoy!