1. Regardless of whether a project was successful or not, describe the one where you learn, grow, or develop the most from.
I learned the most from my stamp project. there were a lot more steps to the project then I thought there would be.The easiest that was doing the drawing on the stamp. the challenging steps were carving out the drawing and painting the Colors on the certain parts.
2. Has your definition of art change since from the beginning of this class?
I thought or it was going to be just about painting and drawing. Then I learned that videos can be a form of art to, like my stop motion video. It was cool to take pictures and then watch it come together as a video. It took more time than I thought, two days because each step involved a Picture and then a movement.
3.which project was your most successful? Describe the theme and or topic in the process you went through to complete the project.
My most successful project was my limitation project. Or limitation was being able to use only a hamster to create art. The process we went through was coming up with something that the hamster could create art with. His little feet worked well running across the ink pads and then leaving his feet pattern on our paper. We used for different Color ink pads.
4. Do over if given the opportunity, which project would you do over? Describe why and how you would redo this.
I would probably do over the respective photos. I like what we did but I think we could put more detail into each photo. That way people would have to look twice.
5.choose one piece of art that you use skills and techniques learned from previous projects. Discuss your growth as an artist and how you incorporated the skills and techniques to create the piece.
In my nature photo project I use the skills I warrant on my perspective pictures. The way I use my editing was more complex on my nature photos. The angles I talk and how I shaded the photos were a lot better because of what I've learned from my previous project.