1.) I don't consider any of my drawing more successful than one another because each one has something different about it. I wouldn't be able to choose which of my drawing I liked best. I liked all my sketches and though I didn't add color to all of them I wouldn't change them because if I tried I would just mess it up.
2.) If I had to do one of my projects over again I would redo the perpective project. I would add more color to my sketch and a lot more detail. I would also turn it in this time so you could grade me on it and be able to see that I actually did some art.
3.) My project on watching hair tutorials and actually doing someone's hair is a complete contrast to my sketches because sketches are more 2d while doign hair is like 3d, I guess. They're the same in a way because both are considered art.
4.) There has been a lot of different artistic behaviors that I have seen displayed in the classroom. Some people are really serious and very concentrated when doing their work, they're really focused on what the're doing that they basically block out the rest of us in the classroom. Others were happy and excited to be doing their project and talked a lot with other people, they were very social. I don't really know how my artistic behavior was. I guess I could say that I was more focused on my art than with talking, although sometimes I did get distracted by talking to ohters. I can't really think of something that would make another new interesting art unit.
The past two weeks in art we have learned to observe things, whether it's inanimate objects or peoples daily interactions with objects. Then we draw the things we observe. I have learned quite a few new things while doing this project. For example, I needed to learn where to put shadows or when to blend things to give it a life like look. There were many different things we could have chosen to do in class since it was divided into sections. Everyone in my class got to chose what section they wanted to do. The pictures below are a few of the section people did.
In my first week of art class we did a lot of create projects such as nature sketches or a tantamount, something I had no knowledge about beforehand. We also did urban sketches and worked with pastels to do still life art. Throughout the week I learned a lot about being creative and having fun with my artwork, I also learned about being able to work with others and have an equal hand in what we made, to let my hand and mind be free and make the art themselves and in the end be proud of what I made evne if it doesn't look perfect.