Sunday, November 21, 2010

Final Projects

Part #:1 Learning to Love You More

I chose my first project to be from 'Learning to love you more' as most of the projects are to be hand crafted and built. I found a lot of them interesting but chose these two for the drawing and craft building that came along with it. 

Shadow Poster
Assignment #6
Make a poster of shadows.

You may take pictures of the shadows or simply trace them. These solid shapes should then be drawn on paper and colored in with a single color. You are not interested in anything but the shadow itself, and you are most interested in shadows that don't look anything like the objects that created them; abstract shapes.. Choose either brown, pink, light green, orange or white. Use only one of these colors. If you would prefer you may cut out the shapes from colored paper. The shadows should appear on the page in a grid formation, in rows. Treat this like a index of shadows rather than a work of abstract art. The finished report should include 10-20 shadows and should be pasted on (or drawn on) white paper of any size (even if, especially if, the color you chose for your shadows was white.) Do not label this poster in any way, except to write your name and the date on the back. My god these are going to be beautiful.
D O C U M E N T A T I O N >
Photograph the poster

Paper Bed
Assignment #16
Make a paper replica of your bed.

Using paper, cardboard, colored pencils, glue and/or tape, make replicas of your sheets, blankets, comforters, pillows and anything else that comprises your bed. Then assemble them the way you assemble your bed. The completed bed should be roughly the length of a pencil. Take special care to reproduce the patterns on the fabric and any stains or other irregularities.
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Take one photograph of the bedding elements laid out separately, and another photograph of the assembled bed.

- - - E X H I B I T I O N _ H I S T O R Y:
03 Oct-16 Nov 2003
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Boulder, Colorado USA

Part #2: The Johnny Cash Project

For the second part I chose to participate in the Johnny Cash Project by drawing, with the tools provided online, a single frame of the music video 'Aint No Grave' by Johnny Cash. 

Link to The Johnnny Cash Project

My uploaded Frame #659

Original Frame

My Rendering
Music Video from The Johnny Cash Project

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