Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Studio Arts

The picture below is of some of the homemade lures i made. Couple of them i made out of a license plate, one i made out of a piece of copper and the one on the top is made out of a old spoon that i cut the handle off and painted.

These are some of the projects in studio arts. I have to say that out of all the projects that i made the bowls on the potters wheel was the hardest and the most aggravating because you have to have the clay on the wheel perfect in the center other wise once you would start pulling up the sides on the bowl then it would just start wobbling out of balance and fling into hundreds of pieces.
The project that took the longest is the one above, the ducks, because its four different pictures and their all different mediums. Over all i think they all turned out very well and i am glad i took the time to do it because you don't have this art class your whole life.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Sarah's Collage

For this project we had to take pictures standing in one spot and then without moving take 180 view of the scene we were looking at. I liked the idea of this project but it was very frustrating when the pictures didn't line up very well. Mine turned out pretty good some of the things don't line up but for the most part i think the trees and the main things lined up well.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Sarah Folkmann's Montage

This is a 180 degree view of my house. This project was pretty frustrating because even if you didn't think that you moved your camera they didn't always line up. I think it would have been better if I had chosen another scene.

Missy's Montage

I took this picture in my backyard. The house at the top of the hill is actually my grandparent's house. I think it would have been cool to make a montage with all of the Christmas lights up, but it was too difficult to get enough pictures when it was dark. I like how this one turned out :)
-Missy