Hello! Something a little bit different this week :D This past week has been really stressful for me, with the end of school and whatnot. Hey, I'm graduated now o-o That being said, I've taken art classes my entire life and high school was no different. At my school, if you take art classes through all four years you can take a class called senior studio your senior year, which is basically the final hurrah. At the end of the year, the senior studio class puts on an art show, which shows off the art that you've dont for the past four years and it kind of like the "Goodbye" to your art classes. I'm gonna be honest I completely forgot about the art requests I'm supposed to be doing because of the show and how crazy everything was with "omg you're graduating" so I figured in place of the art request I would show off some of the art that I put in the show :D So, without further ado hereeee we go! First up, we have my Intermediate Art works- these were done in Second year. I didn't include anything from Beginning art (First year) because I couldn't find any of it </3 The first two are metals, made out of nickel and Copper. "This is Your Brain on Math" Intermediate Art Metal Ring "Coming for your Brand, Monstercat" Intermediate Art Metal Pin These next two are both clay, and I realized while making these that I hate working on a clay wheel haha I am very glad I got the opportunity to work with it though, you can't know until you try it right? "It Dripped >:(" Intermediate Art Clay Mug "I Didn't Break This One" Intermediate Art Clay Bowl Next we have Advanced art- Third year works. This first one took probably an entire week to complete in total class time. We spent almost an entire quarter on this project. The shoes sold for 40 dollars :D "Dude, Where're my Shoes?" Advanced Art Colored Pencils Next, we have more clay. I must say, I muuuch prefer sculpting with clay to anything else with clay. I also prefer it to working with wood, which we also did. This took probably the longest out of any project, we worked on it for a loooong time. Here it is when I finished the sculpting: And here it is completed :D "Say Hello to my Little Friend" Advanced Art Clay Sculpture Now I have one graphite drawing form my "Art X" Class- this was also taken Third year, but it was a different class than the standard art class that year. In this class we did a lot of non-traditional art (we carved owls out of wood and we build boats out of cardboard and raced them at the pool) But for the show I included this drawing as well, which was more standard/traditional art. "Does this Count as Half Full?" Art X Graphite I did end up finding a picture of my boat before it got destroyed in the pool so I will include it, even though it wasn't in the show haha "Boat, not Murder :D" Art X Cardboard Which brings us to Senior Studio- my Fourth year and final art class. I actually took two art classes this year, Senior Studio and Ad/graph (Advertising and Graphics) But I didn't include anything from Ad/Graph in the show that I can share here because it has my face in it haha This year's Senior Studio was a lot different than past years because of COVID and unfortunately I didn't get to do as much as I would have liked, but it is what it is. I did a lot of digital art for this class, and a lot of you have already seen most of my stuff. The first project that we did was called "Artist trading cards." Basically we were all put into groups and designed a bunch of tiny little cardboard pieces. Then we got together (safely) and traded them. These are four of the best from my pile. "Oh Look, My Sleep Paralysis Demons" Senior Studio Sharpie on Cardboard One thing that the my school does is that there is a hallway filled with the faces of the Senior Studio students of the past. Basically every Senior Studio student gets a 12x12" square to designed their face however they want. Even though I am not going to reveal my true face of a while, I am comfortable sharing this piece because it looks ENOUGH like me but still not quite right. Don't go tracking me down now xP "Faces in the Hall" Senior Studio Digital Lastly, we come to a close in the year. The Final thing that Senior Studio students do is paint a brick in one of the three art rooms (yeah, we have three art teachers dont question in) I chose to do mine in the 2D art teacher's room. I ended up doing a Zelda save-file screen and a motto I've had for a long time. The save files are kind of an Easter egg to those who have known me for the past four years, as each file has one of my different names on it. I've crossed out the bottom one because it is my legal deadname (Hi I'm transgender) and the Last names because I like not having everyone in the world know who I am haha This was the final goodbye to the art rooms and it was actually way more sad than I thought it was going to be. It's almost like you form bonds with the people that you spend four years with- crazy xD Anyway this was my final school art project, enjoy! "It's the End of the Line... Isn't It?" Senior Studio Acrylic These past four years have been a wild ride, and although I know none of the people at my school are going to see this, it was a pleasure causing havoc among and alongside you ^^ Art requests are returning next week :eyes: Thanks for reading!