Week 12, “Implied Space’

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Please post your “Implied Space’ painting assignments to this module.

12. Implied Space

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  1. Sarah Griffen-Lotz

    For this week, I chose green and red to be my complementary vibrating hues that define depth within a flat image. To achieve the depth effect, I used Autodesk Maya to model, texture, and render my structural constellation. The examples demonstrated three different shades of the color combinations, so I tried to do the same and keep the difference between each shade about 50%.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zBAACHkdIunGbmfHYG_cS-NYCEYr_jWX

    1. Ann Gebauer

      Hey Elliot! Great job! I agree that the need to get super complicated wasn’t necessary. I loved the simple yet effective delivery in your really cool piece of art!
      Cheers
      Ann

  2. I also chose green and red for my vibrating hues. I have no masking tape at this time, so things got a little messy, but overall I believe I achieved the goal of 4 different values inspired by one of the constellation formations we were shown.

  3. cindy Hickman

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/12vdqJTBAjU8UfunC5K3pWS3Mr3pPr_S3/view?usp=sharing

    this was difficult to me, Partially because I only had used tape for sectioning the outer more broad areas and not for the individual lines leaving a very imperfect product. Another reason it was difficult to me was because I was unsure in which directions to lay the lines on top of the template that I had chosen. Also please excuse my thumb I didn’t know that it was in frame until it was already up

  4. This was sooo difficult! I had fun taping the large sections and painting those but the individual lines were really hard.
    I understand the concept but transmitting that onto paper by hand was a challenge. Even so, it turned out better than I thought it would.
    Paints were relatively easy to mix. I tried to keep them fairly watered down to save paint and to achieve the shades I wanted.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GVR9TkEAKc93UxvVZ810dHRcP_0MpZs4

  5. Bryana Angulo

    For this assignment, I used green and red. For the lighter sections I added yellow and a little white to both colors equally. I found this assignment very complicated and time consuming. I did a lot of planning, measuring, and color mixing to get the effect. I ran low on artist tape and had to order more due to our current stay at home situation. This caused me to free hand the stripes so there is more inconsistency than I would have liked. I think that overall the effect was reached more or less and it was very challenging. I hated the peice by the time I finished but am comfortable with how it turned out. I learned a lot from this assignment and will use these skills in the future. https://drive.google.com/a/alaska.edu/file/d/1OE5LL1FddikPaJSI2rfP8rslitwrwaHq/view?usp=drivesdk

  6. This assignment took me an extremely long time. I decided to try something a bit more abstract and I think I bit off a bit more that I could chew. I had a really time figuring out the very middy and decided to just leave it how it is, because it doesn’t necessarily look bad. I wist that I would have jumped up so dramatically in shade between the first and second purple, but I do think that the illusion of implied space still came through. I chose purple and yellow because they’re two of my favorite colors and I went with a light blue background because its the color that is directly between yellow and blue on the color wheel. I’m a little late with a few of my assignments and am a bit overwhelmed, but I’m pushing through.

  7. KatZZ

    I first chose a color which I had a marker (green) so I could make my lines with it. I then chose the colors for my composition based on the green marker. There was no way I was going to attempt to do all that taping since the artist tape I have tends to pull off the paper and I didn’t want to destroy a lot of work. I love the purple and green together so I think it turned out pretty well.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LdhuGqOT_c5JRJx4BORL1_tZBc-JoDQMNIDcKdHIA3c/edit

  8. Dawn Schlosser

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aXVfP3LRtNgaJVWNQNED1MUO1-Ac-xbB/view?usp=sharing

    This one was slightly torturous. Trying to make the many parallel lines of paint will never be on my to do list again if I have anything to say about it. That said I did my best, and I think that I even managed to witness the “vibrating” of the hues looking across the lower value hues in just the right light, so that was pretty exciting. I thought I did a pretty good job matching value changes as well.

  9. ahatfield2

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ST0u8jwyhib49azXUh0MseW_6QZiVlhz

    This assignment was the most difficult for me. The complementary colors I chose were yellow and purple. I am quickly running out of tape, so I decided to only use tape for the outer borders. Obviously I think the effect would have been more successful with taped-off, straighter lines, but I still think it creates the illusion of space due to the change in values and the alternating direction of the lines.

    This is the Josef Albers structure that I was using as a guideline: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1U4_hjIkTX_1i12z_t26lwehm3T0UNo2N

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