As my final blog post, I'm going to write about the mini comics I've been working on the entire semester. It started off with drawing little chibi people which happened to Bailey and I. I drew us based on what we do in art class which was actually pretty acurate at the time, it was me sleeping on the table and Bailey chewing gum and playing on his tablet. When I finished drawing it and added a little color to it, everyone at my table loved it and I even got some laughs. The picture below is the very first mini comic I made.
The second one I made was based on the "devil worship" table, I got so many laughs out of this one, Mr sands told me I capture characters very well. In all honesty I don't know how but I guess I'm good at it. All I need to do is get to know the person better and then I can easily see his or hers personality and then all that's left to do is just to put it on paper. And that's how I make the mini comics and that's how the new characters come in/are created.
what: this picture is showing different colored lights changing as they go further and further into the distance, the color of lights seems to change from dark to light to dark, just like its close to far away to further away.
Why: I think the artist behind this picture was trying to show the perspective of the head by changing the color of the lights by the further away the light gets from you.
How: well just look at it...
Have you ever thought about going to a random store and buy some random things and make art out of those random things? You can buy 'art supplies' anywhere you go, you don't even need to buy them, you can just walk around and find them anywhere really. Take a grocery store for example, your art supplies are all over the store, from fruits to boxes. Take the picture below as an example.
This person, took some regular apples and cut it up, and made a apple butterfly resting on an apple. This person didn't use any art supplies at all, just a knife, some fruit and his/hers imagination. Or if cutting fruit isn't enough for you, you can always take cereal boxes and cut them up and make small unique pieces of art.
What: What this painting represents is how hard it is to say good bye to a loved one who is slowly passing away.
Why: Well try to think back to a time, when one of your love ones was very very sick and as the days were passing by your loved one is slowly passing away with the days. If you can relate to that, in which cases most of you have. Then you do know what real pain feels like, and you know how hard it is to say good bye when you know their time is very short. It's hard to let them go, when you have so many memories with that loved one. In that case that's what this painting is representing.
The only thing I really fear the most is having my back turned and the people I trusted with everything stab their knief in my back. I can't tell every single detail of everything I've been through, I use to be a girl who was nice to everybody, and was stupid enough to trust everybody. Nowadays I'm that girl who is aggressive to everyone and wont tolerate crap from anyone. I'm just really scared of everyone hurting me, i'm scared of being lied to. I'm scared of everyone just using me, I'm scared of being left alone..
(My picture wouldn't load, so...yeah. I cried ._.)
when it comes to kids doing art work of their own at that young of an age, I agree with Oliva Gude I think it's wrong for them to be throwing them away. Oliva is right, who knows these kids might become artist later in life. The art they make will mean a whole lot later, or they could do a before and after art piece like I do. I use to take a drawing I did when I was a young kid and I would redraw it again. That way I can see, how much I improved in my work and I can learn how much I need to improve on other things. See if I need anymore details.