As an artist I envisioned how my artwork would look but I did change it a lot throughout the process. At first I wanted to draw a man and a women ripping their faces off and then using watercolor and ink to make it seem like a dark colorful picture, but ended up only drawing a face and making it be actually meaningful to me and making it about something else.
As an artist I developed craft although I have already used grafite I use to mark really hard and I learned now how to shade in different parts to make it look more realistic.
As an artist I expressed my thoughts and changed my artwork completely and made it be something meaningful. I put the word silence and made swirls of thoughts around it and bad things that have happened in the thoughts. I feel that people see bad things happening and instead of saying it and speaking out they stay silent.
As an artist/designer I observed the shapes, lines, values in an architecture. I had to observe the different values in the black and white picture to number the colors on my sketch before painting . to make the painting come out the way i wanted it to come out i blended but as i watched i observed that the colors weren't blending right so i switched the colors around to make a better value scheme.
As an artist/designer I engaged and persist in having struggles on trying to remake the same color paint because i only made a little, i ended up making all of the colors the same as i wanted and continued my painting. its took up a whole class or two to try and make the colors which really slowed me down with my project. i learned not to rush just continue and make enough of everything to finish my painting.
As an artist/designer i developed craft in this project when i started blending the paint and making a color scheme and putting it in a value scale i never did that before i mixed paint but never really worked a lot with paint. i discovered that i am good at blending i guess it looks alright.