Wednesday, December 18, 2013

1. How did you show amusement and variety in your piece? Explain your choice of subject matter and how you created a unified piece of art.
2. Describe your experience with using mixed media. What mixed media did you use for your piece?
3. What role did our lessons on visual journaling play in the success of your piece? Explain.
4. Discuss any challenges you experienced and how you overcame obstacles.

1. I showed variety by using different medias as well a a bunch of different colors. I thought about all of the things that i thought were really cool and put them in a science where two of my dragons are fighting while one is just roaming and there is a UFO abducting things in the background.

2. My experience with mixed media is just this project. I have never done it before this, but I really enjoy it. I used pictures that I colored with oil pastels, and tissue paper, and cloth, etc.

3. I made the piece look like something was going on, rather than just gluing things on it.

4. I didn't experience any obstacles, because I am the best.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

up close and personal

1. I came up with this idea simply because triceratops are my favorite dinosaur, and nobody has ever been this close to one.
2.I used emphasis by putting vibrant colors on the head, and just over all, contrasting colors.
3. I used pastels to help put value on the scaly skin.
4. I honestly dont believe that I took much risk while drawing this. I dont have a reason, I just decided to draw what i thought was a good idea and just come up with more ideas as I went on.
5. I believe that I used technique with this drawing by how I colored his body, almost making it's skin look scaly.

up close and personal

Monday, April 15, 2013

pancake jaws

 Photoshop was easy to use, but hard to get pictures just how you want. It's not really my best thing, but I can do it. It would be cool to get really good at photoshop and make your own rad pictures.

Friday, March 22, 2013

stencil spray paint

My picture is just of somebody I saw on google and decided that it would be a nice picture to use. I ended up only having to use one stencil and I just taped over holes when I was doing the next layer. I believe that it turned out really well, and I learned how to use spray paint a little better.

my skeleton blog

The grinch was an easier skeleton to do, but It was still hard for me to get it how I wanted. Some of the bones that I had to exaggerate were the hips and the jaw bone. It took me a couple tries to get it right, but I ended up getting it. I feel like I did pretty good. Personally, I'd say that I drew around a 90%.