Talk Talk Talk By: Dr Seuss: http://www.drseussart.com/talktalktalk
Unheard Voices By: Chloe Veree
Dr. Seuss’s Artwork “Talk Talk Talk” his work is impactful because his art is part of many stories of my childhood and his art is very simple but has a lot of depth and value. Like in this piece the value and the lines showing movement is giving the animal character. His art gives me inspiration because he uses simple shapes and gives them meaning and depth. Also his use things around to find inspiration and he also is creative enough to use things around him to make his own charecters from his imagination. His art and my art is similar because we both are giving animals voices. Also we both have use a lot of value to show the fur of the animals. We also both give the animals emotion and a voice. Both artwork also very simple.His artwork and mine are different because his is a little messier and with ridged lines. While on the other hand mine is outlined around with very clean lines. Also even though his has a lot of character his art has no color but mine uses many color to give the subject value and show the animal’s environment. Yes i think that Dr. Suess would like my art because all of his art teaches something or has a meaning and so does my art it has a meaning. His art is showing how we talk about and mine has shows no one listens to animals.
Assessment 2 - The Heart That May Not Love
In my drawing I created a mechanical heart. I made it in mind of a robot, this is what I believe a robot’s heart would look like. His heart would be bolted together made of scrap metal. These things are not the only thing that make up this drawing. Elements and principles also made up this robot's heart. It allows his heart to have depth and and shadows peeking out of every opening. An element is the basis of any piece of artwork. The element of art is what allows you to see texture in drawings like curls in a drawing of hair or, allow you to see the different shades of gold in a painting of a sunset. In my art some elements that makes it art is the lines. Every line in my drawing has a meaning. Each line forms the heart. Which leads me to another kind of element, form. Form is what makes all of the many gears, nuts and bolts in the heart. Form gives my drawing shape. The principles of art is how you use elements in your art. For example the equal balance of positive and negative space. On the top of the heart it very heavy and filled. When you looked at the bottom of the heart it's not as heavy with value, so it's easier to focus on specific parts of the drawing without getting distracted by any of the other things in the piece. Along with the balance of space there is also a balance in the scale or portions of the heart. Nothing in the piece over balances one thing more than the other, the size of everything is portioned to fit. So, nothing looks too big or too small for the drawing. When you add elements of art to your artwork it adds principles and without these two things art really would not be art. An element is what makes a principle. Every principle and element allows every piece of art to be different. How do you incorporate these two things in your art? What would your art look like if you didn't use either? Is it possible not to do either a principal or an element in a piece of artwork?