Tuesday, February 24, 2015


For my Disproportionate, I took a picture of Ben Stiller off the internet, and enlarged his eyes and mouth.

World Traveler

For my World Traveler, I took a picture of myself and cropped it into a picture -- a boat on the canals of Venice -- I found on the internet.

Monday, February 23, 2015


For my Hybrid, I used the body of a black panther, the wings of an eagle, the tail of a cheetah and the head of a white wolf. I dropped in a forest because I think this is where my hybrid would hang around.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Empty Room

For my Empty Room, I used ideas that I got from model home designs. I added different textures and colors to create a comfortable living room.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Colorize a Black/White Ansel Adams Image

For my Colorize a Black/White Ansel Adams Image, I did his leaves. I colored them for fall by adding a gold/brown color, a little yellow and a light orange outline. I colored the background leaves different shades and tints of green and a little brown.

Colorize a Black/White Image

For my Colorize a Black/White Image, I took a black and white picture of Venice off the internet. I colored the sky and water different shades of blue, depending on if the water looked darker or lighter. Then I colored the trees green and added a light yellow to the street lights. Making the buildings in the background and the boat dock, stand out against the different colors in the picture.

Cubist Portrait

For my Cubist Portrait, I took a front profile picture of myself and a side picture of myself. Then I blended the side picture of my face onto the front of picture of my face. After, I added a colorful Picasso to the background.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Surrealist Portrait

For my Surrealist Portrait, I got a picture of Nicholas Cage off the internet and used different types of fruits and vegetables to make up his famous face. 

Surrealist Landscape

For my Surrealist landscape, I dropped in images from the internet and used a low opacity eraser to blend them into the background.