Due to the longevity of my original artists solve problems, I decided to save it for a final project to work on it during my free time. So, I did two additional pieces for artists solve problems. For both I decided to use limitation. My first was a still life of vegetables made out of various food products. I used junk food in particular just to be ironic. I utilized orange filled oreos, jelly beans, goldfish, and fig newtons.
My next piece was a portrait of my dog Gabby. For my limitation, I decided that I had to draw in a continuous line. It was actually harder than I thought because I kept picking up my pencil and I would have to restart completely. However here is the finished product:
Artist trading card
For another project my class was assigned to make trading cards for kids. Each child gave each artist three words to create the card with. I got Caleb, and the three words he gave me were: running, hard, Disney World. Here is my finished card:
I was inspired by the iconic image from Life magazine taken on the day Disneyland opened: July 17, 1955.
For Illustration Friday I chose the word puppet. I decided to draw inspiration from my favorite TV show, American Horror Story. I decided to model my piece after the second season, Asylum. The main villain, Bloody Face, seemed to always be one step ahead of the heroine Lana Winters; hence the use of the word puppet. Here is my piece The Puppet Master: