A snazzy semester (filled with shenanigans) has passed, and it is time to conclude this blog.
1: what project I've learned the most from: considering that I was a total scrub at Art before I took this class, it's kinda hard to pin down a single project I learned the most from. I would would narrow it down to the pastel portrait, the painting, and Photoshop, as those seem to be my most successful projects.
2: The Most relevant project: since I doubt that I'll painting again, I would most likely say learning about Photoshop, since that's a skill that is applicable in many situations. Also, I'm planning on taking computer art so, learning about Photoshop helps there too.
3: The project of least value was most likely the fish print, since they didn't really turn out well, and it is not an art form i'd be interested in pursuing.
This is most likely the last post on this blog, but I'll probably have a computer art blog next year.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
In Art class, we did some photoshop shenanigans,, where we did some extreme photoshopping!
The rare and elusive rhibra in its natural habitat
Coming Next fall: Piranzilla
BP's headquarters has been mysteriously sabotaged by what experts believe to have been a UAV attack
How people with smart-cars are percieved
Monday, May 16, 2011
In art class, we did some painting shenanigans. These shenanigans consisted of the use of acrylic paint, brushes, and a canvas. My painting was of some oxen chillin' like villains in a flowery field. It turned out to be ~9 times more snazzy than I would of thought.
I take a break from painting for a thumbs up