As an artist i Engaged and Persisted.
I started with a slight outline and continued doing slight drawing of a thing I somewhat wanted it to look like. My art took an unexpected turn when the whale failed so i had do do some kind of coverup, so I drew a narwhal. Despite my my failures on this i continued trying to make sure this gets done I drew some reef like objects and went with it. I persisted with an okay layout that gave me multiple choices of what I wanted to do with the final peace. I learned that even if you fail you can still make it look good enough to happily present.
As an artist I Developed skills:
I learned to both use and smear soft pastels to make a nice start of a reef. I gained more knowledge with pencil which I used to outline one thing it was much easier to work whet it was ready to be colored. I gave it a little hard push and a circling motion to get the effect at the top right. I feel I am somewhat talented with pastels because I am able to make a reef with the patels allowing me to discover how i want to do this in a way which is pleasing to the eye.
As an artist I explored.
I explored many bright colors to make it eye catching I was afraid this was not going to workout so I was somewhat hesitant but it ended up nicely. I was trying to avoid yellow for most of the peace but they I tryed it at liked the color it gave which complimented the other colors. I explored the pastells to see the variety of ways they can be used this was new to be because I am not use to using pastels to make something of the proportion.
As an artist I observed.
I closely observed reefs in which I realized that they have almost unrealistic bright colors, this influenced my artwork because I was not set on trying to dool my colors to make it less bright. This was able to allow me to use the bright colors I love and give it an overall good effect. This is important to my success because it gave it a reef under the sea look and not some kind of polluted ocean feel. This makes me as happy to look at as the real reefs were.