November 24th, 2014
I really like how you used dots to represent hitting the keyboard for the human motion image-- it really captures the sound of typing! Because of this, I think I agree that the dot and line composition captures the situation and motion in a more interesting way, though it is not as literal. I also like the human emotion composition using dot, line, and shape quite a bit. Even though it is very simple, I definitely do get a sense of happiness when I look at it, since I automatically think of someone that is happy. Adding the two shapes similar to a nose and mouth make a huge difference in how I interpret the image. Perhaps you could add lines or dots to the dot and line composition in a way that is similar to these shapes to create the same effect? Overall, I like your outcomes a great deal!
I really like your compositions for both the man-made object and human emotion, For the man-made object, the differences in the way you represented the background really worked with what the object was composed of. Using dots instead of lines for the second composition with shapes makes the contrast show better, while lines achieved the more neutral colder feeling you wanted in the first. In the human emotion, your attempt at using spiral lines to show the curves gives the composition a bit of an abstract feeling.
For the human motion picture however, I feel like your representations could be a bit clearer in both cases. For the one with shapes, the hand itself looks slightly deformed while for the one without shapes, the keys on the keyboard can't really be seen as keys.
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