In my renaissance portrait I used a red-haired lady in a green dress with a burgundy background. I then super-imposed my face on to the head, added a ping-pong paddle, threw in some hair clips, and changed the background to a Greek village. My inspiration for the background came from my Greek heritage; I've never been to Greece even though I'm Greek, so I thought it would be a fitting place to "take" myself to. I used a ping-pong paddle because I love to play ping-pong with my brothers after school and I used hair clips because I've been into the weird hair accessory trend lately. A design problem I encountered during the process was my bangs; they made it really hard to put my face onto the head because they made it clear where my hairline/forehead started. I finally problem-solved by just putting my face over the renaissance portrait and then carefully erasing my bangs so that the renaissance lady's forehead looked like it was mine. Another problem I encountered was the skin tone of the original compared to mine. I found that she had a much yellower undertone which I initially didn't want to deal with, but I resolved it by toggling with the color scales. The coolest part of the piece was getting to see what I would've looked like if I lived in the renaissance era. It was bizarre to see my face attached to a body in a fancy dress. With the skills I learned in this unit I can apply it to other classes (such as visual arts) and continue to grow my skills and creativity.