- I chose the issue of discrimination against people, specifically based on gender race, sexuality, or religion. I chose this issue because I strongly believe that all people are equal no matter their variation from each other, and that you should not be judged by your differences from other people.
2) Where is your focal point? Why did you make this your focal point?
- I chose my focal point to be the skulls, so I made them brightly colored with a black background so they would draw attention. I chose the skulls to be my focal point because they represent how on the inside, every human is the same no matter their differences. It shows how when it comes down to it, everyone is just the same.
3) How are you using space?
- I used space by spacing out the skulls equally across the flag, so that they were symmetrical and evenly distributed.
4) What did you learn throughout this project?
- I learned that using resist with paints can be difficult to maintain and takes lots of time and concentration. I also learned that even if you think you've failed, you can always make it better in the end.
5) If you could do it again, how would you change your artwork?
- I would change my artwork by painting back over the skulls with the different colors of paint after the resist was washed off instead of just coloring over it with marker, so the skulls would appear more bold and catch the eye easier.