I know I’m getting way ahead of myself, but the fact that I’ve finished (at least) 3 assignments within almost a year makes me really happy. I’m also really happy because I’ve found so many pictures I had taken to use as sources for my projects, so that I don’t have to worry about copyright/legal issues. […]
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I’d like to give a shoutout to J. Wei for giving me this much-needed piece of cardboard. I needed a thick piece with extra space on the side and thanks to her, I’ve gotten more than I needed! Anyhow, the piece looks layered and mixed media because it’s just that–layers of mixed media. I used […]
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Dear friends who don’t understand my art: I’m so sorry but I’m not sorry for making this piece. It doesn’t look like it (or maybe it does), but it’s a mixed media piece. As mentioned in an earlier post, I wanted to do a single tree from Taiwan. However, I decided instead to make my […]
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Well, it was about time… I finished it! I know you all are probably having a hard time imagining what it looks like based on my (awkward) descriptions, so here is a visual, PC to my lovely mother. PS. I started this in like September at school and then lost inspiration, so I didn’t continue […]
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I started #1 last night. Given that I am currently struggling with a prior diagnosis, here are my thoughts: Read More
^I decided to use this gorgeous tree in Taitung, Taiwan instead. Mrs. Copfer mentioned how in addition to a tree, we could draw a “forest”, using the same media (oil or soft pastels). The paper, however, had to be colored, so I decided to use oil pastels. Now, I love pastels. they are so easy […]
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we are to collect 9 shoes, and since everyone in our class as well as the teacher contributed, ideally the shoes will be very unique. For me, since I am now doing the class on my own, I have less shoes to choose from. I decided to do overlapping pairs of some of my personal […]
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