This is project is one that I started in the 2nd quarter I Realized that the school doesn't have anything from the seniors starting class as far as artwork goes so I created this piece below based off of the student bodies and my own opinion on the school and life.
This project was one I did in the first quarter I wanted to do a painting because I always draw and I wanted to see how skilled I could be with a paint brush. I wanted a symbolic mother earth in my piece and a Clift the entire piece was based around the idea of having a clift the piece was supposed to
As an artist I don't think I have grown too much. I haven't pushed my artistic skill I just did something different through each quarter. I knew exactly what I was doing with the art and just executed, it was pretty easy.
I have learned that as far as the research goes I don’t have any drive to be consistent with the research. And it would be easier for me to just tell you why I did what I made
“What have you learned about making Art?”
I haven’t learned much about art this year tbh I was mainly experimenting with different ideas and cultivating the skill set I already possessed and based my pieces around an Idea I had. I’d go as far as to saying I challenged myself with certain aspects of my creation.
“What have you learned about yourself through the projects you have created?”
I learn that I can be versatile with the equipment I use for creative purposes. All I really need is to have the right teacher and a few classes to master the skill and work things out visually and inside of my head as far as the techniques I gather for my art work.
Which project are you most proud of and why?
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I like the painting because it came out nearly like the way I wanted it too even though the original idea was more complex and might have looked better I enjoy the Pieces simpleness.
What is your biggest weakness or area in need of growth has been this year?
I biggest weaknesses I think are the fact that I shade pretty horrifically and I have a hard time scaling images up freehand, it always comes out too small or too big or things become disproportionate.
What kind of Art you want to make next.
Most likely a 3D model of something or I’d try different styles of drawing and paining because there's sooo much I have to learn from each art form. Maybe spray painting or really anything.
What kind of Art inspires you the most and why (MUST include a copyright free/Creative Commons licensed image and a citation for that image)
Music inspires me the most but lol as far as visuals all art that shows a new perspective of what we commonly see