Monday, July 20, 2009

The Almost Best Surreal Project


The surreal project needed to incorporate three or more images. We just decide to combine five images into one image that really didn't make any sense. This is the finished piece. We overlayed a baby fetus into the eyeball, while the floating octopus tree holds it in space. We chose cool colors for our color palette and used a outer glow on the tree, even though Dan hated it, to make it look icy. We all enjoyed this project.

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  2. I basically just threw out words, looked up images, and helped with the color choice. We really didn't have any meaning behind the final result it all just came together in the end.♥

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  3. The members of my goup are both very creative, so I let them just go with what they thought would be fun to do and I started working combining their photos while getting their input on colors and layout.
    Cindy was the number 3 and since she hates it she should of done it...

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  4. No, Jeremy Moses is the number 3 and he decided to add the glow without going it over with the other team members. Simply irresponsible.

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  5. I did show them the finished product before we presented and she kept her mouth shut. If she had a problem she should of spoke up. Her inability to be a leader kept this project from living up to it's full potential.

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  7. Juan here. My take on this..."collaboration" is that it was created mostly out of impulses. I don't remember exactly how it began, but words were being thrown around and I began to sketch out odd things from some of the combinations that occurred. Something similar to the finished product is what we finally gravitated towards in the end. The rest is history...

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  8. I'm sorry....
    You were the 3 and without you this project would have fell to pieces. Thank you Cindy

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