Sketchbook Evaluation 2
I choose this page because I spent a lot of time on it and I liked how it turned out. I just used a mechanical pencil to create the drawing, I started to watercolor it but it's not done and I honestly like it better without color. I was really happy because for the last nine weeks, I really tried to make sure I actually worked hard on every page and I did but because of this I ran out of time and I didn't get to color them. I think if I choose less complex things that still looked good it would be easier to turn things in completed.
I was an american graphic designer notable as a leading proponent of modernist graphic design. I mainly use bold, primary colors and illustrative arrows and lines in a graphic style. My use of typography was also praised in the U.S as well as other places. I was born in Kansas City, Missouri and attended the University of Chicago.
Design 2 Evaluations Part 2
I choose to highlight this page because I enjoyed drawing it the most. It was fairly easy to draw compared to the rest of my pages yet it has some detail to it. To create this image, I used pencil to draw it out, then a black ball point pen to trace over the pencil lines, then continued to color it in colored pencils. My page is about a video game called League of Legends, it has multiple characters available to play and I decided from the beginning of the year that I would draw every single one of them in alphabetical order. I honestly didn't apply any knowledge from art or design into these pages. For most of my projects I spend time thinking hard about what I want to paint or draw and why. Doing sketchbook pages is one of the only times I get to draw, paint, sketch (etc) what I want to so I really just did this for fun. I did not try any new techniques on this page. I feel that when people see this page they will either say something along the lines of "thats really cool, I love that game" or "what is this...."
I was born June 20, 1887 in Hanover, Germany. I worked in several medias and genres including Dada, Constructivism, Surrealism, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography, and installation. I am most famous for my collages. I studied art at the Dresden Academy and started my artists career as a post-impressionist. Ed Ruscha, Robert Rauschenberg, Damien Hirst, Al Hansen and Arman all influenced my artwork. I died in Kendal on January 8, 1948.
Jean Hans Arp
I, Jean Hans Arp, was born September 16, 1886 in Strasbourg. I was a founding member of the Dada movement in Zurich in 1916. My work appeared in the first exhibition of the surrealist group at the Galerie Pierre in Paris in 1925.Throughout the 1930s I wrote and published several essays and poetry. I was a sculptor, painter and abstract artists in media such as torn and pasted paper. I died unfortunately in Basel, Switzerland in 1966.