|Brittany Jarrett's Art||
This is my clay tile. For this project we had to choose a biome and create a design based on that biome. I chose to do a toucan in a tropical rainforest biome. The toucan is on a branch, in the background there are leaves and other branches. In my clay tile i have high reliefs and low reliefs. This project was fun for me because i like working with clay.
This is my acrylic landscape painting, I combines different water landscapes and made this. Before i started painting i did a wash, i used orange paint and a lot of water. The only colors that was provided for us were yellow, blue, red, white, and black. I had to combine them to make other colors like green, orange, or brown. In my painting, i messed up on the perspective of the boat and i had trouble making clouds. But overall, this project was fun.
This is my perspective drawing of a city of musical instruments. I drew this in one point perspective. Drawing in perspective is kind of hard to me. I used my own ideas by adding trees and mountains in the back. Sometimes i get confused on which lines i draw to the dot. I expressed myself through this artwork because i love music.
This is one of my print making designs. I chose to do a butterfly in a flower landscape. I had fun drawing the flowers and insects. I like this drawing. I used some shading. I used my own ideas by adding different flowers and different insects. At first i wasnt sure about doing the bumble bee because it looked a little hard, but i did it and it turned out okay.
This project was really fun! I used my own unique ideas in my work by putting all the different shapes and designs. I used a source of inspiration, then combined it with my own ideas. The hard part of this project was the cutting, it was hard to cut out all the little shapes. What inspired me was bohemian designs. I had to change some of the designs.
This is my Matisse cut-paper drawing. I decided to do a giraffe. The parts that are white is what I will cut out.
This is my oil pastel shapes shading. I like working with oil pastels. I think it is easier to shade shapes with oil pastels, or charcoal, than using pencil. I have my light source coming from the top left corner. I like the way the colors blend into each other, and transitions to every color in the value chart.
This is my value chart from light to dark and my shapes shading. The value chart was kind of difficult to me, because it was hard trying to make the lighter ones. I had to control how light I was shading. In the shapes shading, it had to be the lightest where the light source is, and the darkest where it went away from the light.
I drew a life sized contour drawing of my shoe. This wasn't too hard to me, I think it was kind of easy. The only hard part about doing modified and contour drawings, is that we can't lift our pen off the paper. We have to make our eyes and our pen move at the same time, and that's kind of hard too.