The picture on the right was a image took at the Museum of the City of New York. The photo I took was a piece of illustration drawn by Don Freeman for his famous work on the popular children’s book, A Pocket for Corduroy. The image shows a room full of chairs and bed with blue and red being the primary colors being used. The elements I find in common with this art and my design is they both are using 2 primary colors blue and a near reddish color. Some differences I see is my background is red orange and his art has a mostly blue background. Also his artwork has lost of objects in work but mine doesn’t.
While doing this project I though it would be easy but I was wrong. I barely used chalk for my work so this was new to me and a somewhat challenge. I enjoyed this project finding ways to use chalk.
I enjoyed taking a picture to color it into in colors I prefer. I also got to learn how to do such things with the adobe programs.
My emotion was “Anger”. I had a good time doing this project and I also learned to represent emotions in different ways besides doing something obvious.
I learned a lot from this project such as getting to know different types of art such as Ambiguous and Obvious. I could have improved my work by improving my inking and having a better understanding of the assignment. This project was still very enjoyable.