I am proud of my art because I feel like I defined exactly how a person feels when they are depressed. I've heard many things about how a person feels like they are alone and drowning and I feel like I incorporated that in my picture. So, yes, I am proud of my art work.
I liked how as soon as I seen Meagan's photo I knew it was depression just something about the black stripes circling around the person it made me feel for the people that have severe cases of depression as if they can't get out of this never ending circle of sadness
I did mine about frazzled. My words were frazzled, exsausted, weary ,drained ,stressed and burned
What I really liked about Meagan's art is that the writing on it is creating like a word wind surrounding the person that is in side of it so then it makes it look really bold. What I really like about mine is that the word we choice really stands out and the picture we toke and surrounding around with words really makes it pop out.
I am very proud of my artwork because I worked very hard on getting the words to describe how I was acting in the photo . Also I'm proud of the picture I tried as hard as I could to take a photo that would catch the viewers eye
Aaron and Kobe. I feel like you could have maybe taken a look at what resentment actually is because you have put in words like malice and antagonist. Resentment actually means to feel bad about something that you have done. Essentially you are putting the wrong words into your picture. You have put in words that mean anger and not resentment. Maybe try using a dictionary to look up the definition of the word before you use it.
I liked Meagan's picture, as it really conveys the meaning of depression very well. You can see this as the little man is trapped alone and helpless, which is really what depression feels like. I also liked how a lot if the words were scrunched together, making dark and thick lines, which was a very interesting effect.
We are extremely happy about the artwork we have created because we did not get a word that was the same as anyone else's. Plus we feel like we have really made the word represent the image .The last reason is because the befor and after picture looks much better then what it was befor it was boring and now it's just awesome.
Sarah and Madison,
I really like the word choice you used. I love how you put some of the words really big and put them off to the side like they were the main words! Your emotions are really showing as well.
I like the colour and the fonts of your words, because they really stand out, You also have a good picture to go with your words Zack.
We found that in Lionel's art the picture didn't match the words, the word we very well picked out but the picture showed something different.
Yours was really good because your drawing of the person hugging his knees and the darkness showed depression. The words you put in it described depression very well.
I like Ethan Boyd's picture because he took a really cool. I like the angle he took it from and how he just did half of his face.
I'm proud of my art work because I did this art work by myself by choice and I think it was done well. What makes me think it was done well is that I toulk my teachers advice and used it in my work and I don't usually do that.
I like Chases and Bryan's work because as soon as I saw there picture And worda could figure out what there word was ass soon as I saw
We were very proud of our art work because of all the time and effort that was put into this project. We chose the emotion optimism because it was very different and unique. We also spend lots of our time on picking the picture and to have it at the right angle. Editing our picture also took a while when we go a perfect shot. Researching the words for our art work took most of the project
I think megans is besitiful because it shows how it feels to be depressed by giving the picture a dark and damp look the shows the person alone and scared she really nailed the concept of depression.
We really liked Meagan's art work because of the drawing that she drew and all of her word choices.
Mrs. Caissie and Grade 7 students.