My art expedition By tavaisya lYncook

Why did I take intro to art? Well, I took intro art because I like drawing but I also took it to learn new art skills, but also because I thought that it was going to be a lot of fun taking art class this year. I was expecting just to learn new skills and tequniques but I wasn't expecting to have quizzes or do tests.

Which drawing strategy have you learned the most from? I have learned the most from lights and shadows because I have minimumed how much light is suppose to go in one area than the other and, I have also learned where to put them according to where my object is placed.
In what ways has your drawing skill improved this year? I have improved on how much effort and work that I have put into my art pieces. I have also improved on how my art pieces are suppose to look and how they should be proportionally right. According to my other objects in the piece.
What is chiaroscuro ? It is the difference between light and dark.
What parts of my portrait pieces have I improved on? Well, I think that I have improved on so much . Like drawing the lips, eyes, nose, etc. but I believe that the most improvement that I have made during this journey with art would probably have to be eyes and nose proportions. Mainly because as you can see , that I had made my nose and, eyes look kind of none realistic but as time passed they came out better. I Made them look real.
Which project do you wish you were able to re-do or have more time on? I would say this part with the problem solving technique because I did alright on it but it was kind of hard to see and measure things you didn't really know the answer to. I wish I could mainly do it over again because I would want it to look better and like a professional did it.
In what areas have you seen the Most improvement? I have seen the most improvement in portrait paintings, because I have shown that it is kind of fun to do , and that it it isn't that hard once you learn how to do it. And it shows how much effort, and time I have put into them to make them look realistic and make them look like humans and not a cartoon character.

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