Got my projects back after finals, so now can share some of them. This was probably the hardest project I've ever done in any class so far. We first had to draw four 'optical illusions' that portrayed one Art term or another. The following are what I came up with. After dreaming them up and then drawing them, I had to cut the designs out of black cardstock, like my above project. Definitely the hardest thing I've ever done school-wise. So without further ado, here are the results:
Hyperspace - Movement:
Yes, I was inspired by hypserspace for this one. Though the other people in my class called it the Windows screen saver. *shrugs*
In the Eye of the Beholder - Variety:
I like this one because depending on who you are, you see something completely different.
Memories: Dollar Signs - Pattern:
I call this one Memories because I used to draw these in school like constantly. I would make all kinds of patterns with them every chance I got, and I think everybody else did, too. It's one of the first things I thought of when this assignment came up and I thought, "Hey, finally! I can put that little doodle to good use!" It looks pretty bad, though, cause after I cut up the pieces, I dropped the paper and everything scattered before I was able to glue it. Sooo...there was no way I could match them all up again. That's why they don't look so wonderful together.
Railroad Tracks - Perspective:
The most boring and simple one. This one reminds me of railroad tracks and trees as they stretch off into the distance. That was the basis for this design.
So anyway, there you go. They look much better in person, but oh well. May you daily pray that you never get an Art teacher who requires black cardstock cutouts.
"It's not about the legacy you leave, it's about the life you live." ~Mara Jade Skywalker