One Sweet Crystal
Describe your project
My project was a visualization of my thought of what a crystal looked like, which was initially supposed to be representation of my heart and personality that eventually became a procrastinated piece of uncertainty and struggle that reflected life at the time.
What knowledge did you already have about the project before you started?
In terms of my medium, I’d known nothing and done nothing about painting. The most I could say was finger painting, but that’s it. In terms of what my project was, which was a Crystal, I have to say that I had known almost nothing about them and how they actually were. I have to credit Lamont (partially) to the completion of my project for explaining the ins and outs of crystals (get it?) so that I could shade it well when I drew it.
What new skill did you want to learn coming into the project?
I wanted to learn about tints and shades and about different the different types of brushes used in painting.
Did you accomplish this goal?
I got a 50 out of 100. I never painted to learn about tints and shades but my research beforehand did help me learn about the types of brushes used in painting.
How do you know you accomplished the goal? If you didn’t accomplish the goal, why do you think that is?
I know I accomplished the goal because I know what types of brushes Nigeria used while painting. I didn’t accomplish the goal of tints and shades because I never painted to experience them and how to really use them and know when to use them.
What other skill(s) did you learn along the way?
I learned about how Crystals are made, shaped, grow, reflect light off of them, and are shaded.
What are you most proud of in this project?
I’m most proud of the shape of my crystal. Although it contrasts from how crystals are actually shaped, it still impresses me and I think it looks pretty cool, regardless of critics views.
What would you do differently if you had to do the project over again?
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