Art Through the Ages - What I Learned
I enjoyed creating this simple presentation, as it once again allowed me to reflect on the ups and downs of my project, and especially my achievements that I am quite proud of. I also was able to get some feedback from my mother about my project, and was happy to find out that she thought I did a great job, that I constantly was pushing myself, and that I learned a lot. This was a perfect way to close out this PIP, and I think that although it is just a basic presentation, it is polished and easy to navigate. I reviewed professional ways of making a presentation in my mind throughout the course of this artifact so that it could perfectly complement my Art Through the Ages presentation.
Art Through the Ages Final Video
This is the video of a shortened version of my the other presentation which is also categorized under the section called "Final Pitch," and is what I am entering as my official final product. This presentation taught me how to squeeze a large amount of information into a relatively short video, and this took many takes and edits to get perfect. I barely recorded this presentation in the amount of allotted time, and in fact, I was 0.4 seconds under this time margin. I think that this is a perfect way to show every single one of my art pieces, as they are briefly described and flashed across the screen so that each piece can be viewed individually.
Art Through the Ages Presentation
This presentation was a great way for me to show my knowledge of art and compare my recreations with their original inspirations. I wrote an entire page of information about each artist, his piece, and my take on the recreation process. I also added some information about the processes that the artists used to create such beautiful works, and included slides with my recreations and their inspirations side by side. Finally I added a timeline to show all of my pieces together. This was a great way to reflect on what I accomplished in the past month, and to notice what I could improve if I do future projects similar to this one.