I worked with who sits at my table. We all equally worked on it I feel like, I wasn't here when they cut out all the props but I taped half of the video. so I took some of the pictures and then mark did the other half. If I were to change something I'd change how the story jumped from one place to another , didn't really make sense.
The difference between inspiration and stealing from another person's art is stealing is you're copying everything they do exactly and getting inspiration from a piece is when you make your own art but using a part of their idea
I think it's okay to use a part if an idea in your art if you don't copy the idea exactly
I Take Risks
I take risks in my art because I am not the best artist but I still try and do very detailed work even if it's not the best. And when I chose to did my charcoal drawing I didn't really ask how to do it I just went with trial and error.
I reflected on my work when I thought I was almost done I'd stand back and look at my drawing and see what else I needed to add and slowly added more and more details to my drawing. sometimes I will ask people their opinions on what they think I should add to my drawing.
To me the easiest mini lesson was the forced perspective picture because we didn't have to draw anything.