This has been an interesting project, I am realizing now at this stage how I am using these examples to morph original idea for my Senior show. Now going forward into the tonal college of our images in part one. I cut out copies of my images in 3 different tones for each of my images.
New techniques and understanding of new vocabulary were introduced to understand this part of the assignment.
These vocabulary terms are, Form, Content, Silhouette, Implied lines, Aspect ratio, Hybrid, Overlap, and Abstraction.
The challenge for me was the requirement of asymmetrically balanced design. As with all assignments that involve glue, cutting out and pencils marks we had to make sure everything was clean. We also had to do several iterations before glueing down this final piece.
After showing ouri terations to Peter and Tim for advice and making adjustments, I began to glue down my final design. This took a little longer to do than part 1 because I was trying to figure out how to make my images look farther or closer when I overlapped them.
At the end of this part we were told to take a very extreme angle of our tonal pieces.
Here is my final piece.
My Name is Steve Gonzalez, coming back to school after a lot of years. I am determined to get this done. Sometimes I wonder if I will make it.