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Fire Kettle “Why did I stick with this one color? What does monochromatic even mean?!” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how to give a even more depth into a drawing, by putting hues on the work. The three main color words for this week are Monochromatic, the use of one hue. The hue I picked to use throughout these 3 images is orange-red. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew the art work. Composition: My intentions for two of my drawings, the Monochromatic kettle, I added a dark background so the object and it’s colors, shades, and highlights can pop out more so. Concept: These piece start off as lines to form into a certain object then add color value to make it look 3d.Monochromatic kettle with it’s one hue of orange-red.

“The use of one hue.”

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Blue Hair “Why is this girl’s hair blue? What does complementary even mean?!” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how to give a even more depth into a drawing, by putting hues on the work. One out of the three main color words for this week was Complementary, the use of two hues that are the opposite on the color wheel. The hue I picked to use throughout these 3 images is orange-red. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this piece of work. Composition: My intentions for my drawing is that I added a dark background so the object and it's colors, shades, and highlights can pop out more so. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object then add color value to make it look 3d, like the Complementary girl with it's two hues of orange-red and blue.

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Shoe Bow “Why these two colors? What does analogous even mean?!” -Heather Kaminski In class, I started learning how to give a even more depth into a drawing, by putting hues on the work. One of the three main color words for this week is Analogous, the use of two hues that are close to each other on the color wheel. The hue I picked to use throughout these 3 images is orange-red. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this piece of work. Composition: My intentions for two of my drawing of my Analogous high heel, I did more of a simple white and black swirls but still making you focus on the object and it’s color values. Concept: These piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object then add color value to make it look 3d, like the Analogous high heel with it’s two hues of orange-red and a darkish yellow.

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Martini Glass “How many lines?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how draw certain objects with just 100 lines. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this art work. Composition: My intentions was to keep it simple and let the object pop out by making the background white and making the lines black that build up the art piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object, like a martini glass.

“Just 100 Lines.”

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Glass Bottle “Why white and black?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how draw certain objects with just 100 lines. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this art work. Composition: My intentions was to keep it simple and let the object pop out by making the background white and making the lines black that build up the art piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object, like a glass bottle.

“Keep it simple”

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Glass Cup “What tools were used?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how draw certain objects with just 100 lines. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this art work. Composition: My intentions was to keep it simple and let the object pop out by making the background white and making the lines black that build up the art piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object, like a glass cup.

“Let the object pop out.”

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Cup Glass “What do the lines do?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how draw certain objects with just 100 lines. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this art work. Composition: My intentions was to keep it simple and let the object pop out by making the background white and making the lines black that build up the art piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object, like a glass.

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Glass Teapot “Why is it so simple looking?” -Heather Kaminski In class, I started learning how draw certain objects with just 100 lines. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this art work. Composition: My intentions was to keep it simple and let the object pop out by making the background white and making the lines black that build up the art piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object, like a glass.

“Digitally drew this art work.”

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Cell Phone “Why so gray?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how to give a flat drawing depth by putting gray scale shading on it. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this work. Composition: My intentions for my drawing is just to focus on the main object and kept a simple background. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object then add gray scale shading to make it look 3d, like my flip cell phone from Verizon.

“Gray scale shading.”

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Gray Kettle “To make it look like what?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how to give a flat drawing depth by putting gray scale shading on it. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this work. Composition: My intention for my my drawing is just to focus on the main object and added an interesting background my piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object then add gray scale shading to make it look 3d, like a kettle.

“Interesting Background.”

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Her Face “Why a girl?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how to give a flat drawing depth by putting gray scale shading on it. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this work. Composition: My intentions for my free drawing of the cartoon girl, I did a darker background to make her pop out more so. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object then add gray scale shading to make it look 3d, like a free drawing which I took the opportunity to create something I enjoy drawing, a cartoon girl.

“Darker Background.”

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Sprite Bottle “Added what?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how to give a flat drawing depth by putting gray scale shading on it. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this work. Composition: My intention for my drawing is just to focus on the main object and kept a simple background for my piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object then add gray scale shading to make it look 3d, like a plastic bottle that I drank from.

“Make it look 3d.”

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Heel Bow “Why a high heel?” -Heather Kaminski

In class, I started learning how to give a flat drawing depth by putting gray scale shading on it. Craftsmanship: I used a Bamboo tablet and pen. Digitally drew this work. Composition: My intention for my drawing is just to focus on the main object and added an interesting background for my piece. Concept: This piece starts off as lines to form into a certain object then add gray scale shading to make it look 3d, like a high heel that I observed from an image.

“Gray scale.”

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Box and Bottles “What was used?” -Heather Kaminski In class, I got to play with iPads to draw with. I drew the model in fornt of me which was box shapes and bottles. Craftsmanship: I used an iPad. Digitally drew a desk, a box, and different kind of bottles. Composition: My intentions is to make you follow along my process on how I built up this piece of art. Concept: These pieces start off as lines to form into a certain object then add color value to make it look 3d.

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Bubble Pop “Bubble what?” -Heather Kaminski I had the chance to create my own font. I did this process twice. One for practice and another time to fix some mistakes. This piece is my final work for my own font. Craftsmanship: I used a digital pen tool to help create my letters. Digitally designed bubble letter font. Composition: My intentions is to make the letters seem like real bubble letters but digitally. Concept: These pieces start off as straight lines then curved into bubble letters. My font is called Bubble Pop.

“Straight lines then curved.”

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Colors of a Koolkat “A what?” -Heather Kaminski In class, we played with iPads to draw with once again. However, this time it could be a drawing whatever we wanted it to be. Craftsmanship: I used an iPad. Digitally drew a girl and hearts. Composition: My intentions is to make you follow along my process on how i built up this piece of art. Concept: These pieces start off as random lines to form into a certain object then add color value to make it look 3d. I created a cat girl, a koolkat. Cool colors plus cats equals a Koolkat.

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CBL Logos “What’s CBL?” -Heather Kaminski I had to design logos to participate in the logo contest CBL (Community Base Learning) provided. I had to do these logos twice and these are the final ones I picked to turn in for the contest. Craftsmanship: I used a digital pen tool to help create certain shapes like in the globe. Digitally typed the fonts. Composition: My intentions is to make sure CBL is readable and make the logos have a fun twist. Concept: Logo designs for CBL.

“Readable and make the logos have a fun twist.”

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I created these two art works in my Fall 2013 semester. I used the name Lona because it’s a Hawaiian name that means moon. I used the name Cyrus because it’s a Persian name that means sun. Craftsmanship: I used a digital pen tool to help create these two pieces. Digitally typed the fonts. Composition: My intentions was to make Lona in a night setting and Cyrus in a day setting. Concept: Lona is the Goddess of the night. Cyrus is the God of the sun.

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God and Goddess “What God? What Goddess?” -Heather Kaminski

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Magic Love Story “What kind of story?” -Heather Kaminski

I created this short story in the Fall 2013 semester. I wanted to use Lona and Cyrus to create a simple love story. Craftsmanship: I used a digital pen tool to help create these pieces. Composition: My intentions is to make you follow along with story. Concept: A story about Lona and Cyrus meeting for the first time. Lona was captured by a demon but Cyrus comes to her rescue. In the end, they lived happily ever after.

“They Lived Happily Ever after.”

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