My artwork was a replica of Jeff Koons artwork. In the drawing, there were so many things happening in that one small picture. The best way for you to understand what’s in the picture is by looking from right to left. From there you can make out what images you have seen and it will be easier for you to see the unclear ones. If I would have to choose I believe this artwork is describing the world around us. With such little space, there are many different things that are happening around us. Some of it would be too confused to understand and other things you didn’t see at first. Like in many real-life problems, you might understand it or recognize it at first. I only used a pencil for this artwork. Sometimes I kept the pencil still and straight and other times I have the pencil point parallel towards the paper when I’m shading. I would of the used color pencil but I lost my old final copy so I didn’t have time to do it again. This was quite different from any of the artworks that I did this year. All of the previous art pieces had a symbolic approach and it was easy to see at first glance. However, this one was really complicated to make out. Sometimes even I don’t know what's happening, but there is a reasoning for all of that. Mostly for doing all of this I basically looked at the picture and try to find one object distance between the other to get an accurate spacing between each of them. Then I draw the shape of what the object looked like the best. The techniques that are most important for this is to know distance and negative space. If you don’t do this you might get lost in the artwork. Negative space is just the space that isn’t filled with anything but still has a shape inside of it. ANd the distance is the distance between one object from the other. I was proud that after drawing this a few time I could see everything in the artwork. Since before I didn’t know what was happening, but after a few times drawing it I could see what is going on. One thing I wish I could change was not losing my old artwork since my coloring would have been finished. In conclusion, I believe doing this as my artist pieces helped me see things in a bigger picture.
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