The room that I drew is the room I think of if first, I had my own room, and second if my room was bigger. In my room I have a bed, a bench drawer, two windows( one big, one small), a door with a sign, a mirror, and a light. I also have little accessories, like the sign on the door and the pillows. Creating this picture, I have learned that with one point perspective it is best that you are precise and that your lines are straight. You can always tell when something is off about a one point perspective drawing. I am most proud of my wall with the polka dots on it because it looks great as an accent wall and fits well with the room. I am also very proud of the bed I made because of the articulate details. I wish I could improve on making sure my lines are ALL equivalent and also coloring at a little more objects in the room. If you were to do this project, please take your time. Every single line counts as a whole.
In this project I will compare multitasking and cell phone addiction to determine how all of my peers’ use their phone daily. My peers’ downloaded an app called Checky to see how much they checked their phones.
In conclusion, research and my personal findings prove that it is not hard to get addicted to your phone. You might not even notice it. People feel the need to constantly check their phone because their is something in our brain called dopamine in our brain that gives us a feeling of a need to do something. Dopamine makes humans happy and is let out when we all check our phones because of the content on it.
The Next Steps:
- Delete any apps that you don’t need and you know makes you constantly check your phone.
- Sign up for other activities that will occupy you
- Get an actual alarm clock.
- Turn off ALL notifications.
- Put your phone away and turn it off in class, meetings, etc.