For this week’s activity, we were told to take snapchats throughout our day and illustrate on the picture using the snapchat app. I started my first picture at the art galleries with a picture of Jane Weibel’s art gallery. Since her art gallery was inspired through childhood and her pieces resembled parts of a children’s playground, I decided to draw some kids climbing on the ceramic pieces. Unfortunately, I’m not exactly the best at drawing and it’s especially hard to draw on the snapchat app so I could only draw stick figures. For my second snapchat picture, I took a picture of my dog and drew some ears and a tail on her to turn her into a tiger.
For my classmate snapchat pictures I took a screenshot of Judy Phan‘s picture of one of the hanging plants at the art galleries that she turned into a lion. I really liked her snapchat picture because it was so creative and cute! Another classmate’s snapchat that I took a screenshot of was Jacob Kim‘s. Jacob snapped a picture of Judy and I while we were sitting outside waiting for the art galleries to open. I think Jacob turned Judy into a panda or a mouse, and I’m not entirely sure what he turned me into… But he drew a random flower on my head which was funny.
To be honest, I didn’t really like this activity that much. I felt like it was boring and didn’t really have any exciting feel to it. It was easy and simple but it didn’t really open my eyes up to something new and interesting like the previous activities did. I also felt like it didn’t tie together to anything and all of it sort of felt really random and out of place. I didn’t like this activity because I didn’t have fun with it.