Journal #1 (2/12/17)

arm-skeleton hand-skeleton

When coloring in the skeletons of both the hand and the arm, I was referencing back to the artist Lui Ferreyra. I chose random colors that came to my head and started to play around with the bones. However, one thing I would’ve wanted to improve is to create geometric figures and then coloring them in. I believe it could’ve made it far less simple and more on track of a Lui Ferretra’s artwork pieces. The line weight on the bones are smooth and thin for the purpose of showing clean, fragile bones. In addition, the lines play as puzzle pieces, once connected they help form a sense of unity. The different types of shapes the bones create, each play a role for helping us move are bodies. Although, I would’ve wanted that same effect to apply with the colors.

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