Table Model/Drawing

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1) What learning did you bring to this project?  How/where can I see this?

  • The learning that I feel I brought to this project would be how to build a model of an object from the previous task we were given which would be stairs. I think you would be able to see this by the actual construction of the model itself.

2) What is something new that you learned? How/where can I see this?

  • I think the new things I learned when doing this project would be how to make space between two paper plains. I did this by making stumps out of paper an take, 1/2 of an inch high which created the space that I wanted and needed. I think you would be able to see this by looking at the thickness of the table model. I tried to create a quick concise way of making the space.

3) What learning are you taking forward?  How will you try to apply this?

  • The learning that I would be taking forward would be how to construct something out of paper and measurements. I have done this only twice in total now, so I feel like I would be able to further improve my qualities on how to do this in the future if I were to ever make models of objects.
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Stair Drawings/ Model

Drawing of Stair

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Model

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1) What learning did you bring to this project?  How/where can I see this?

  • I think some learning I brought to this project was just working with measurements from previous math classes that I have taken. I think you would be able to see this in the scale drawing of the stairs.

2) What is something new that you learned? How/where can I see this?

  • Something new that I learned would be on how to build the model of the stairs. I haven’t really had any experience with building models of objects with paper. I think you would be able to see that in how I over did some of the tape because I was scared that it wouldn’t hold.

3) What learning are you taking forward?  How will you try to apply this?

  • The learning that I’m taking forward would be how to build models of objects. By doing this task, it really helped me take knowledge towards building the model of the table. I will of course apply what I have learnt about building object towards the next model I would be need to build, which would be the table.

Senses

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1) What learning did you bring to this project?  How/where can I see this?

  • I think I was able to bring some background knowledge from other art classes that I have taken in the past. I enjoyed being able to just freely draw something from out own imagination. I think you would be able to see this by the different questions I answered.

2) What is something new that you learned? How/where can I see this?

  • I think something new I learned would be how to draw something I hear. I don’t have to much experience when drawing things like that but I don’t think I did a bad job. I think you would be able to see it in question number 4, because you can clearly see I have no idea what I was doing.

3) What learning are you taking forward?  How will you try to apply this?

  • I think the learning that i’m taking forward would be the creativity that I have practiced with when doing this task. I will try and apply this with future tasks and designs that we need to come up with for the play.

Portraying My Ego

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I feel that the learning I was able to bring to this project was prior knowledge of working with people. To me they are honestly the funnest pieces of art to work with because people do the best job of portraying an emotion that you want the viewer to potentially feel. You would be able to see the in the placement of the person in the photograph. You should always have the right proportions when taking a photo of a person. Something new that I learned was the editing techniques that I learned while in the editing process with these photos. I was able to bring prior knowledge as well as newly taught things to the table. You would be able to see this in the gradient maps and curves that I have used throughout all the photos. Last but not least the learning that I am taking forward would be the new adaptations that I could make through the editing process as well as the deepening of colors and shadows in a photo. Next semester I want to try and apply this as much as possible when taking more advanced photography as well as in AP next year.

Abstract

 

Reflection

I think the learning that I brought to this project would be working with the placement of people and a touch of working with abstract in the past. I think you would be able to see it when I got the idea with oil and ink, as well as getting the placement of Nikko and Masooma. I really did enjoy working with people for this project and in general really. I think something new I learned when doing this project would be in the editing process. for the two Arabian themed photos, I learned more about enhancing the shadows as well as blending the hard shadows into the background. I think it was extremely fun to work with that type of technique. I think you would be able to see the blending technique in Nikko’s photo by himself, as well as the two of them together. I think the learning i’m taking forward would be the new editing techniques and how I was able to project patterns and make someone 2D into 3D. I could take this learning forward when I do the portraying ego project.

Perspective

Reflection

In previous projects from last year, I had some experience with different perspectives of the camera. I did have some experience with ariel view, ants view etc., but I also learned about new perspectives like 1 point or 2 point perspective. I had a lot of fun with finding new and interesting ways to look at every day ordinary projects. I think you would be able to see this by looking at how I refined my technique with the different photos I had shot. Somewhere in my photos that you could see the new aspects of perspective that I learned would be when Hyun was looking into the mirror telling a story with only his hands and face. I feel like a lot of the photos I take this year are just expanding my horizons beyond what I thought I could do. I will defiantly take all of these aspects of perspective forwards when I head into AP 2D art.