The reason I picked this style was because the actual show amuses me and the style in itself is interesting to me. The final product is not what I had wanted to do, but it all turned just how I expected it to. The end product has three things that represent me: My glasses, my sweater, and my headphones.
The reason I posted these two photos is because these two are my favorite of them all. The first one is a sepia photo and to do it, you need to go to the little circle at the bottom right corner and click it. Then click on Hue/Saturation, and change the preset to sepia. The second one is an emphasis photo and all you do is delete the surrounding area around the focal point. In the first picture, the element is value, and the second picture, is emphasis.
This is the PT-5AN5 Model 4. It is a lean, mean, Thermo-Nuclear Fission powered machine. This project was really hard for me in the beginning since I misunderstood the process. But I got it together and made a robot that would hunt and obtain for National Defense. I used Units and Groups to make the Limbs ( Arms and Legs ), The Head, and the Body. The red screen is to protect the Thermo-Nuclear Fission Reactor Core, and if you took the red out, the core has a ball of focused energy that is a light teal color. The feet didn't come out the way I wanted ( Which was to have three toes/struts to support it ), but sadly, that didn't happen.
This collection of photos have 5 things that relate: My love for the show "The Strain", Minecraft, and my sister. The other two things are that I LOVE bazookas and space. I mainly just copied pictures and pasted them in different ways. The main E/P is emphasis since the whole thing just emphasizes the eclipse and my sister.
This is my Square one Art, and it is a Falcon's Football Team Symbol and I did this for my dad and since, I like the idea of the symbol being a F and the look of a falcon. I used Photoshop CS6 using a Bamboo Walcom Tablet, and the tablet was easy to draw with and helped a lot. In this. the predominate elements are line and color since the lines are the majority of the project and the color is the other part.
The reason I chose this piece by Dali is that it shows that time is something that doesn't stay the same, it melts, or changes, from something else. It shows that we have to spend our time wisely and not just waste it on unnecessary things.