For me Screen printing was the best one that I did because when I sketched out the smiling figure I did an outline on what Id be doing and then got a crafting knife to carve out what would be showing in the print. Then when I was done cutting out the extra pieces out I the cut out I placed it in the screen print and got the ink and put it on the edge of the box and began spreading with the squeegee, after doing it a couple times I stopped and lifted up the screen print and the final product came out. I liked how it looked finished and I wouldn't change anything about it. The second one I did was Monoprinting, I first I mixed red and black together to get a dark red color. I then put it it on the bench hook with the brayer after I was done, I then got more colors and put it higher where the dark red color was. After I put a lot more colors on top I then blended them to mix together to get a nice background. After I finished I got a piece of paper and used a baren to put it on the paper after I finished using the baren I picked up the paper and the final product was finished. I liked how it look and I don't think I'd change anything
My inspiration was a picture on pinterest that I found and made it making it sitting down. During the development I sculpted the head, body, and tail separate and then put them together after I got the shape I wanted with the scour, slip, stick, smooth trick. while making the shape of it I had to take out extra pieces of the clay out because it was large and big. One thing that helped me a lot was a thin flat piece that made the ears, nose, and tail straight and that made the shape triangular. When I finished the wolf I was happy at how it looked I liked how it looked like an actual statue and when I carved the quotes on the wolf's tail it looked very good and I was happy on how it looked. Although a issue happened with the finished product of the wolf causing it to break off the head and one of the legs but I have a solution to fix it soon.
During this project i didn't really know what i was going to do but when I had free time I went outside and saw a lot of leaves in different shades or color and I made it into a circle like a picture I saw with stones but instead Im using leaves like the picture shows. During this art pice I just grabbed leaves the same shade and put them in the circle though it was getting difficult when the wind started to blow because it would move the leaves a bit. When I finished it I was proud of what I did and liked how it looked like a compass.
During this project I didn't really have anything to inspire me for this project and I was just going with the flow and doing what I seemed felt right for the project for me. During the development of this I did what I wanted and what seemed cool and made a few points using the crafting knifes and having a lot of circles in it cause I wanted the top to have a ring for some reason. while creating this I was looking at what other people did and kinda took it and made it one of my own but in the end I was kinda ok with how it looked. the end of my art pice I wasn't really expecting my art pice to look like how it is now and to be honest I thought it would end up badly but I'm happy that it turned out looking cool.
We got our art pice from a view finder with the first project we ever did and made a sketch of the color scheme and what the overall art would look. i learned that during this project i gave a lot of opinions on what els to add because during the project we had a lot of stopping points in out project that we didn't know what to do or add and we'd see our painting canvas really bland. this art work shows what I like by the colors and texture because i really like how the colors fade into each other and how the firework looking colors and patter are really good looking and are very fitting to each other. What I discovered about myself is that I like to make sure everyone like everything to make sure everyone is happy about it, though sometimes I wish I could tell myself that it looked good because sometimes I think that artworks that I do myself don't look that good. A new technique that I learned was that I don't have to clean up my brush when I use a new paint because it sometimes helps with it looking good and making nice colors, another one is that layering colors with simple lighter colors and not making it all smooth and nice because sometimes a mess is what looks good. Whenever I did something to the canvas I asked my partners if it looked good and/or if it needed something because I wanted to make sure everyone was okay with the work I did so we all like the finish product
The images composition improved becauses I learned what the rule of thirds was, the golden spiral, and cropping. I improved my work by following the rules making the pictures better and more interesting.