This was my second project part 1 which is based on lines. This is an expressive line portrait of my niece, its a black and white transparency paper image of my baby niece and I scratched the picture using a calligraphy old fashioned pen. I used several types of lines such as curved lines, and cross-hatch in order to make a serious, geometric, and dramatic expression on her face. It's called, "Dramatic."
This is second project part 2 based on lines that create nonobjective art or lines. I used variety of lines such as curved, circular, and organic lines to stay away from lines such as triangular, squared in order to make it nonobjective, and most importantly organic. This artwork is called, "Variety"
This is the second project part 4 based on lines that create illusional depth which is called linear depth. This is a picture of stairs that I transformed and distorted to created an illusional depth that makes you feel like you're as if you were climbing if you look on the top side, but your falling down as you look on the bottom side of the image. This artwork is called, "Falling Down."
This is my third project based on finding and isolating shapes in a natural area or environment. This picture was taken in Italy, in an outside mall that has window ceiling and so the windows have metal which created shapes like squares and rectangles, and the full ceiling creates a curved rectangular shape and the edge of the cieling creates a curved circular shapes. Now the wall also has a variety of shapes because of the architectural designs and around the windows as well. The windows on create rectangle and square shapes. This digital artwork is called, "Shapes."
This is my third project part 2 based on finding several images that contain shapes and collaging the images and make it transparent and created a illusional depth. These are 3 pictures that were taken in Europe which contain many shapes. One image was from the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. It is a gate with a background that contains side buildings with wooden blocked covers for the windows and a brick wall in the middle of the building which is where million of Jews were murdered. As I changed the hue/saturation and negative colors of the image, it defined the rectangular and squared shapes the gate and the wooden covers of the windows created. It also created a linear perspective depth because of the sided buildings. The second image was another building in the same concentration camp, I focused on the bricked wall because it created pattern squared shapes. I also changed the hue/saturation and negativity of the image. The third image was inside a church in Budapest, Hungary in St. Stephen's Cathedral and the circular dome ceiling created alot of circular, squared, and rectangular shapes from big to small which also created and linear perspective depth by changing the colors and negativity of the image. The final composition created and illusional depth but the gate made it seem like it wants to stop and block the viewer from entering and exploring into this illusional depth. It creates a strong message just like Jewish that were are locked in these gates. This digital transparent collage is called "Locked."
This is project 3 part 3 based on shapes that were turned into forms. I used an isometric grid on the computer and filled the colors one by one. At first the shapes were triangular shapes that became squares and later became cubes, and the cubes became long rectangular prisms turning into forms of digital filled lines creating chaotic crossovers and patterns. This digital artwork is called, "Digital Chaos."