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  • 1. Kristen M. Sell<br />David R. Disarro<br />ENG 103<br />September 22, 2010<br />The First Link Visual Explanation (Final)<br />My pictures were what I focused on first. I found more pictures for my final draft so my story was easier to tell. Next, I made my color choices. I looked online to find out which colors evoked which emotions. My background choices did not work for my first draft for some reason so I fixed that for this draft. Yellow was my first color choice. It means courage. I did not feel all that courageous at the time, but, looking back, I must have been. Second, I chose blue. Blue means loyalty and deep feeling. These emotions were the emotions I felt emanating from my family. I am happy to have found more pictures for this draft because it was fairly difficult to get my point across with so few the first time. I tried to create suspense by not showing the pictures of my leg in the first slide. I incorporated my alphabetic essay in my visual essay by reiterating my fears from the last paragraph. I included some of the other key points, as well. Hopefully, I made my point.<br />