Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Monday, February 9, 2015
I decided to create a new idea based off "draw a scene from a movie that made you cry"and I went with a video game that made you tear up. I chose a scene from The Legend Of Zelda and basically the scene shows zelda (the girl) going into a crystal and link (the guy) not wanting her to because he doesn't he feel it's right for her to do that when she's got him to protect her. This connects to me because I also care about the people I love and I just want them all to be ok without them having to in close themselves.
Friday, February 6, 2015
The LTLYM assignment i chose was Make A Flier of Your Day. Before I began to draw I had to think of everything that happens throughout my day. I tried to add as much detail as possible. I expressed through this artwork that I had a lot to balance during the day, and sometimes it's hard, but it's worth it. While drawing it, I was reminded of my daily routines. I shared this with society by sending a Snapchat of my artwork to all of my friends.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
The assignment I chose was make a replica of my bed. The process I chose was a sculpture and the materials I used was cardboard, paper, acrylic paint, gems, cotton, and cloth. I want my audience to understand is that it represents me. For example, my blanket is pink which is my favorite color. Also, the design of my bed's frame is how I like vintage which the design is Victorian era. While I was doing this art action, I realize that I have to value the simplest things more.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
i. Give advice to yourself in the past
ii. I just used a little pocket notebook and a pen. I choose these materials because it made the project pretty easy and it seemed the most effective way to explain the advice I would give to myself and it also allows me to keep on adding more advice to myself.
iii. I'm trying to express how everyone has gone through different things in their life and has made some mistakes but there is always room for improvement. And by giving advice to yourself like I did in this project it can help you avoid similar mistakes or help improve.
i. Make a replica of your bed.
ii. I used cardboard, clothes fabric, and cotton balls. I tried to recreate my bed frame first then the actual mattress and the small details, such as pillows/stuff animals.
iii. Through this artwork I want my audience to understand that we're all pretty different and that can be reflected through our beds since it is so personal.
iv. This artwork just reminded me of my bed; since I was working on it in class I just felt like going home and sleeping.