My Doodle 4 Google design is based on the idea of easy communication through one of the most important parts of your body, your eyes. My design compacts the technology of a phone into a pair of contact lens that are connects to retina and leads to your optic nerve, It allows you to project an invisible screen that only you can see, You can interact with this screen to reach phone calls, the internet, social media, and anything else that you use on a daily basis. My message for what I see in the future is that humans will continue to stay away from physical contact to others until human contact is nonexistent. If we don’t want this to happen then creations such as mine should be imagined as impossible and should never be attempted. When creating my Doodle 4 Google I focused on circuits, wires, and holograms so in my G I made circuits that lead to each other. The two O’s are how the contacts looked to me, and it contains a superficial amount of circuits and wires. Below the O’s there is the screen that is projected by the eyes, the G, L, and E are just designs that I thought of and around the whole Google sign is a type of magnetic force field. This is my Doodle 4 Google and I hope you like it.
I think that the future will be a dystopian like world. With all the technology that is being produced at an amazing rate our world will need more resources. I think that the future will expand to other planets and then humans will rule the galaxy.
My idea is that people will wear contacts that will act as there phones, The contacts will do everything a modern phone can do and will free people of our world from their phones.
I think that equality will exist but peace will never exist due to the conflicting Ideals of different countries.
I wanted to do a intricate sword display, I wanted to shave some styrofoam into a shape displayed above and wrap it in clay, I can buy the styrofoam pieces and clay that I need.
Fun Theory takes an everyday action that doesn't seem so fun and transforms it into something that is interesting and changes the movement of a person for the better. You can take doing the laundry and make it into a game, for example, balling up your cloths and throwing it into the the machine, or if you have children make a game with them. Whoever finds a large amount of their cloths and throw it into the bin will get some money.
Engaged & Persisted
In my piece I overcame MOST of my problems, not all. In the beginning I took measures to make sure that I didn't move to far ahead in a certain area of my project because if I did it might have affected the other side and then it would just lead to more problems. While I was working I came to a crossroads on whether I wanted to continue with my graphite theme or use colored pencil to have a focal point in my piece. I made a mistake on my cherry blossom trees that really just made me want to give up and that was that I had darkened the branches before I figured out how I wanted to draw the cherry blossoms and that mistake is what ruined my perspective in my own piece and that is something you as an artist never want to do, is give up on your art. I learned through this experience is that you should never move ahead in a phase of your art without thinking it through because then it could really screw you up in the long run.
I stepped back amd refelcted on my piece every time I began to struggle in the creative department, I always stopped and thought of how I was going to proceed and how I was going to start on the next phase. I barely ever asked anyone.for their opinions through moat of the time I was workimg on the project, The only time I asked someone was during my coloring phase and even during that I kept my interaction to a minimum. I learned two things from this process, 1, I learned that not asking for critques on your work could either be helpful or could completly ruin your piece, and 2, Dont give on your work because time is not on your side.