This post marks the end of Project 2 – Forrest Gump!
Hallelujah, I’m so glad that it’s over judging by how much I struggled in trying to interpret the quote and coming up with a composition that accurately represents my interpretation.
In this post, I’ll include the
- Background information of the movie (quote)
- Final design
for the individual quotes.
For most of my design compositions, I took the quote out of the movie context and illustrated it in the most literal manner. After trying out the different styles, I figured that this was style that suited me the most.
Inserted in the above is my final work presented for critique. I will begin by explaining the concept behind my work, followed by the methodology.
Before I actually came up with the concept of the final product, I actually did experiment with various unique methods that can be found in my previous post:
Also, the artist that I referenced can be found in this post:
Before I begin, these are the 6 emotions that were presented in my work.
Moving into the second week of Project 1 – My Line is Emo, we were given the chance to experiment the different techniques using materials that were brought from home.
Before that, we were given a snapshot of Modern Art for further knowledge and reference during the first half of the lesson.
Art Nouvea | French Pronunciation: aʁ nuvo
Essentially, Art Nouvea refers to ‘New Art’ in french. It is an ornamental style of art that flourished between 1890 and 1910 throughout Europe and the United States.
In relation to Project 1 – My Line is Emo, we were tasked to research on various artist that would provide us with details on mark-making and the various techniques that we could go about applying in our project.
After much research, I have gained a better understanding of what mark-making is actually about, and would like to share my findings.