Thursday, September 12, 2013

What's the point?

 1. What where some of your solutions to What’s the Point?
Some of my solutions to What's the Point, were I wanted to show case the generations of an object.  I had the ideas of game systems becoming new, head gear of the army, and cell phones becoming more advanced
2. Which solution did you chose and why?
 My solution I choose was the generations of game systems but I thought that the generations of the head gear for the army was much more efficient.  By this I mean the head gear has only become much more protective and helpful towards the soldiers in battle. 3. How did you show contrast in your work?
 I showed contrast in my work by using stippling to show case that lights were above each helmet making it look like it was in an exhibit. 4. What medium did you decide to use? Why did you choose this medium over the others?
 I choose the medium of pen, I choose this because I like how it can create a light source and dramaticize objects with having white space in between the shadow work. 5. What techniques did you use to create this work?
 The techniques I used to create this work was stippling, crosshatching and lines. We encourage risk taking in art. Risk taking can be as simple as trying a new technique or learning about a new medium to as complex as trying something totally new.
  6. Did you take any risks with this project?
I did take a risk in this project for I have a shaky hand so I could have messed up with my pen and had to have kept on redoing it.
7. What message are you conveying? How are you convey this message through the use of your images or use of art elements or principles?
The message I was trying to convey was that, thanks to technology our troops are now safer than before and that it can come to help them in battle to see things they may not.  I am conveing this message through showing how a simple cloth helment and a simple gas mask can not protect you as well as much harder material blocking bullets and altering you when gas levels are dangerously high!

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