I Have Global Awareness Of Artmaking
I asked my 2 tablemates for a lot of feedback this time , I asked if my doodle or my creation seemed like it could possibly come true in the future and if it was realistic for an outcome going on the rate of the world now? They really liked the idea and they inspired me to write more. I helped out my table mate with painting her mug and we went off of each others ideas and made more creativity into both of ours.
My surroundings was a BIG DEAL concerning this project/brainstorm. I had to think about the past , now and also the future and all of its creations. I knew that I couldn't make something waaaay too advanced for the future so i used the future time as about 50 years and i think that my creation will be possible. Close observation was important for this project because every little part matters and it makes the project more creative when you pay attention to your surroundings.
I Communicated Through My Work
My art/brainstorm was intended to say that i think society is advanced enough to come out with a project like this. I feel like a lot of people and great minds are gonna be shown to the world soon and who knows what happens when great minds come together. The only issue i can see is how i'm going to be changing the state of the transportation (from skateboard , to car , to bus). I think this brainstorm shows that i can think outside of the box and think of something that nobody ever thought of and be successful.
I Developed Art Making Skills
I learned a new technique about splashing paint on my artwork and how much it makes the project pop because its unintentional but creative. I gained knowledge on using Styrofoam , i never knew that styrofoam could be used in so many ways. I think painting and the splattering thing is really neat and i became comfortable with doing that so I can use it in further projects.
Engage & Persist
I had many challenges while doing this project from beginning to end, one of the worst problems was when i didn't know what to do from the start and then when I was gluing on the little styrofoam balls they kept falling off and the glue was burning my fingers. Another problem is when i was hanging the wire and how some of the starts were covering some of the letters and even making the stars the same shapes was a struggle. My art work was unintentional , it was a very free hand piece where i just chose to throw things on and then I thought to make a name board. I learned this time that all art "mistakes'' aren't always mistakes because you can turn anything into a beautiful art piece.
I stepped back and looked at my project more than I have with any other project and it made the project come out so much better. I wish I would have did this in a lot of my other projects because it made it more creative and together.
When i used my surroundings and observed my artwork , some mistakes were fixed before they got too bad. Even some mistakes weren't made because of me looking a my artwork more frequently. I think that close observation was important because a lot of mistakes could happen if you didn't closely observe your work. If I didn't observe my work my art would have came a lot worse than it did.
I Created Original Art
I created original art because I didn't use anybody else's art work as an inspiration for mine and i just free handed my artwork. Most of my work was not intentional and it made the work better when i free handed rather than trying to do a specific piece and it made it more interesting.
I Developed Art Making Skills
I used new tool with my art work like an exact o knife and i used a lot of hot glue and my art was a lot of ripped Styrofoam because I only used the exact o knife sometimes , I feel like it added a lot more depth to the project.