On the way we [the soldiers] pass through a devastated wood with the tree trunks shattered and the ground ploughed up. At several places there are tremendous craters” (Remarque 207). This is not only contrasting to the previous depiction of the beauty of the trees, as the cacophonous words reflect, but the quote seems to hint at the destruction of abstract aspects of beauty and innocence during the war. This idea is further developed by Remarque, through the voice of Paul, who represents all the soldiers, “between the meadows behind our town there stands a line of old poplars by a stream…We loved them dearly, and the image of those days still makes my heart pause in its beating…They [the memories of the past] are strong and our desire is strong – but they are unattainable, and we know it” (Remarque 120). Such memories of the past, along with the values the trees and poplars possess, are completely destroyed.
One of which is the first line of the poem, “Nature’s first green is gold”. This portrays his message in a way that somewhat makes the reader think. He connects the colors green and gold so that the audience can infer that the “first green” is beautiful and delightful to the eye. The reader can understand this because gold is typically used as a color of royalty or importance. There are many ways one can turn something ordinary into some extraordinary.
Evaluation: What drew me in was really just the scene of the snow covering the landscape. I thought about the fact that this painting could mean more than what meets the eye in response to a meaning. I do not think that others will see this painting as I am seeing it. I believe that people will just see it has a painting of a simple landscape where the artist was visiting and just happen to want to paint it; I might use it to show someone that has never seen snow how the snow covers then grown and the colors that appear. If I was to get a painting like this I would keep it in my house, seems like a painting that could be hanged in the living room .The piece to me says that it is a painting that could mean more than a simple painting but you have to really look at it and think of all the different meaning it could have, Honestly I do not think it is worth the amount it is
I wanted the pictures to be unique, so I added them to the audio samples that will do it justice. For example, in the beginning, I have a heart beat going and one of the pictures I had coded is a picture of a heart rate with a heart in the middle, a second example is one of the audio files are an audio of rain and I had coded a picture with rain falling to match the audio files. My result of this piece was a musical piece that I enjoy putting together and it sounded pleasantly nice. Each audio files brought up images of the sunrise and sunset on the sea, so I incorporate them with pictures that I had coded instead of normal pictures that I could have gotten online. Overall, I name this piece Beauty and the Sea because of the musical sound and how each picture was relative to the
The neo-impressionistic technique makes the color of the painting reveals a real sense of Parisian 's outside on a sunny day and a real strong sense of sunlight streaming through the trees. The viewers can quickly feel the warmth and temperature when they look at the vibrantly portrayed artwork. Pointillism makes the picture”alive” as well as it provides a three-dimensional feel to the viewers.
I attempted to convey the sense of wonder and nature I felt while on the trip, and I think this is best captured in the first stanza. “The pine trees towered over me, like a human to an ant.” I had to include this because even after all the years I can still remember how small I felt, yet I was in awe of the tree’s size. I then once again slightly exaggerated by saying, “I cut through brush with a machete avoiding any carnivorous plant.” I included the carnivorous plant part because while I was thinking about the trip, I remembered how much of an adventure it felt like.
The Learning Garden is a great addition to the campus because it is a peaceful learning environment, generous with it’s products and is resourceful and open to other students. During my visit to the Learning Garden, noticed what a peaceful place it was. The abundance of nature made the 3.6 acres of land very soothing and a great place to go if you need to relax or do homework or whatever. I went around 3-ish in the afternoon. It was pretty sunny with a nice breeze going that almost made it feel like an Indian summer, even though it was early October.
The first symbol I have is the peach blossom and the moth. It compares a peach blossom to the young boys faces. It connects to the battle by saying its young boys in the war who haven't even grown hair on their faces. The story says on page 169 “ A moth brushed his face, but it was a peach blossom. “ My second symbol is the pile of twigs and leaves, It symbolizes fire for warmth and light to see.
The rich effects of shade and color reveal Leonardo’s close study of light. Leonardo’s work inspired other great artists, such as Michelangelo. With his many interests and talents, Leonardo is a perfect example of the spirit of the
I wanted to show how society can pressure people into discarding their reading habits because it is not “in trend.” I felt that I adequately used descriptive words in order to get my point across. When I stated,”As I went on my journey with a roughly drawn map of Deltora, I caught twinkling green fireflies to symbolize the seven gems of Deltora. Stuffed animals littered the yard, each stuffed animal represented another character in the story.” I was able to include an interesting story of my childhood and connect it to how I wanted to please my father. 4.) In an academic essay, the content is normally straightforward.
For many majors at SCAD, Drawing 101 is a required class to take, as nearly all of visual art requires the hand to create convincing drawings to represent a vision, real or imaginary. My current major, animation, a field of study to which drawing is incredibly important. Drawing 101 not only teaches aspiring animators important technique and skills, but also gives students time to practice them. Each and every project and assignment is important to animation. First, I learned was how to draw faces in a couple of unusual ways: blind contour and continuous contour.
I started to dig deeper before I would call the essay ready to turn in for the final draft. In the first paper, I really did not look for any errors, but I had over 35 errors in that paper. After the first essay I started to look a little before turning in my essay, but in essay two I still had over 30 errors. Making sure I notice these errors without needing the help of others is a great technique to learn for myself. I started asking for help from my professor Kitty Burroughs and she explained where I went wrong.