Create Journals
Update Journals

Journals
Find Users
Random

Read
Search
Create New

Communities
Latest News
How to Use

Support
Privacy
T.O.S.

Legal
Username:
Password:

julie (jeweleegurl) wrote,
@ 2002-12-02 12:39:00
Previous Entry  Add to memories!  Add to Topic Directory  Tell a Friend!  Next Entry

    Tessellation for Computer Art

    Class that was not advanced, anybody could take it, not many people took it seriously.
    *Assignment was to look at work by M.C. Escher and get a tessellation idea and create it with adobe illustrator.
    *Wanted something nobody else could do. ( I liked to show off in that class because I had an artistic edge over most of them)
    *Went home and came up with the design (I never did my calculus homework outside of school, let alone my elective art class homework)
    Got an A (but getting an A in that class wasn’t as sweet because I got A’s on literally every project in there. If it was possible to get higher than an A in that class, I probably would have)

    On typical 8 1/2 x 11 Xerox paper
    Each section of the pattern was about two inches, the borders for the pattern were thick and black, making the image look almost cartoon like.
    There were three different versions of the image, one with mostly reds, with yellow gradient, one with mostly blue with a green gradient and one with equal purple and blue.
    Each piece of the pattern looked almost like an inverted triangle, or a small triangle with very large extended arms that interlocked with each other.

    Q: What was the overall approach you gave to the piece ?
    Q: Was making the piece of art difficult ?
    Q: Did you enjoy making the piece of art ?


(Post a new comment)
© 2002-2008. Blurty Journal. All rights reserved.