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    Crazziness Crazziness Presentation Transcript

    • My Art Final
      By Isabella Richardson
    • Marvelous Indeed
      -This piece was inspired by the show “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack”.
      - It was done in colored pencil and water color.
      - The reason for the frame was to give it that 1800’s look.
      This piece was created at the beginning of the year.
    • Dia de los Muertos
      This piece was created in acrylic, ink and spray paint.
      It was created in the middle of the year when our class had a live model.
    • Zaniness + Disney
    • Oh, God The Glitter
      -This is probably my best piece. I had so much fun creating it.
      • This was done in acrylic, spray paint and oil paint.
      • I wanted to give this particular piece a zany homoerotic look to it. Which I think I achieved.
      • Created in the beginning of the year.
    • Midnight Destruction
      • Igot the idea for this piece from 1997’s Batman and Robin.
      • Medium: Spray paint, acrylic, and cheese cloth.
      • This was created in the middle of the year.
    • Fairy Tales + Hysteria
    • Once upon a time..
      This piece was created towards the end of the year. It was originally for the Prisma Color contest but took longer than I expected.
      Medium: color pencil and spray paint.
      My goal was to influence the death in Disney movies.
    • Child Thief + Chicago
    • The Boy who never Grows up
      This was my last project I did for AP art.
      I got my inspiration from Brom’s “Child Thief” and incorporated it into my drawing.
      Medium: water color, acrylic.
    • The end..