In this piece my biggest objective was forming a meaning without saying it through words. The two individuals are a couple. The butterfly resembles hope, hope between the two of them. The rest of the piece just happened without me “planning” it. The colors were in a range fro green around to red. Which are the colors this couple admired most. I used reference pictures of butterflies and focused on the unique patterns and shapes that exists in the butterflies wings. That being said the uniqueness is suppose to be related to how “unique” it is to find someone that you love.
I’m an Explorer, Conjurer, and Drafts Person. I like to try new things. I like to change an image or piece of work and make it better. I’m also an eye to eye to the world. During this piece of work I was an Explorer. I created a collage with a bunch of different songs from a bunch of medieval song writers. I also modernized it with some rappers I listen to now. I chose the category Explorer because I’ve never made a collage so trying something new is always the best idea for an artist. Finding your specialty at anything is the best, and having new skills to try and apply will show your specialty.
I used placement with the different composers. Then I’m going to use color to modernize it with some of the medieval music composers. The modern artists that i used are rappers that can show a style much cooler and more popish.
This piece of art is based on what I like to do. I’ve created a type of riding that people don’t dare to try when I ask. This watercolor painting is a new style that I used to express a story. The story is how a boy climbed every hill and conquered it all the way down to the bottom and didn’t again and again. This watercolor painting is a new style that I have found in art. My goal is to find a new style each year and to at least try is to become a pro in it. I want to find my hotspot in art. I will admit that my watercolor techniques need improvement. Back to the painting, it was suppose to be about me, the Scooter-Boy. I used line to point out where everything ties in. the top view shows the top of the hill. The person, me, walking up the road is way showing me conquering the hill. The scooter shows my hobby in what I like to do. One last thing, yet not that detailed is the appearance I show. I dress like a city boy and act like one too, but I have a little bit of country in me too. The country resembles my country side and my clothes and scooter resemble my city side.
My Inquiry Project is a series of different drawings with a picture within a picture. I want to improve at describing who I am through artwork. My essential question is, how can I take an image and place it into another image? The most useful resource I found so far are videos and pictures. Some videos included taking pictures and placing another image inside. Some pictures I found on Google from VANS. An important term I have discovered is vanishing point, which means parallel lines viewed in perspective graph. How that relates to my project is on the ceiling of my Volcom the lines will eventually end up together, yet it goes into a different direction. Below is a photograph of my work of art in progress.
In this series of pieces of me doing tricks on my scooter I used a medium of colored pencils. Drawing is my strongest area, yet I’m trying new mediums to see if I succeed in any way. And with the process of Inquiry helped me learn how to take a main image and put another inside it. For example I put an image of me doing a trick into the Vans, Volvo, and Lucky logos. The theme of the series I have doing in this would be about me. One I like to ride scooters. Two I have favorite companies and brands.
This piece resembles a 2017 H2R Kawasaki motorcycle. I used acrylic and felt a good feeling using it. I'm still going to explore to see if there is a stronger area. The question that I asked myself is, what would my stepdad like? This was for him. Now I chose this type of picture for the shading and light vs. dark concept. Using the color wheel as well was used inside with a little tint of blues. I learned that what you see isn’t always what you think should be there. I saw a white and I thought white, but I used a blue to helped contrast the white and black.