From doing these projects, I’ve definitely learned a few different things. I’ve learned how to turn what people see as trash into works of art with a meaning. I’ve picked up on basic and some advanced tricks with Photoshop. In addition to this, I’ve grown attached to looking at the smallest of things and trying to transform them into something much bigger. This does make a few things complicated for almost no reason but it’s something that I feel comfortable doing. I also learned how important it is to keep yourself on track, especially when it comes to artwork. Being able to stay on top of things and not fall behind is a very important thing in the real world, and it’s something that I’m constantly struggling with. In order to avoid the present problem of procrastination, I know now that I need to plan ahead and account for the possibility of things going wrong. I need to be prepared, and have things ready the day I’m notified that I need it. Handing things in late is not what I want to be known for. Overall, this experience has been a huge turning point for me and I intend to make the most out of this learning experience.