My doodle4google is about technology, my big idea is a solar panel phone. They already have a solar panel phone case, so I wanted to go beyond that. Imagine being able to use your phone everywhere you go without it ever dying. A built in solar panel on your brand new iPhone 10 will be the best. No more carrying your charger around everywhere you go in case it dies. The only time you will need a plug into the wall charger will be at night when you are at home! During my creation process I thought of the most important things for this creation, which were: the sun, solar panel, and obviously a device, and I just put then into my doodle.
We all wonder what he future will hold for us, but what I think it will hold is that most human jobs will get taken over by robots or new advanced technology. For example no more human made things. The way we might communicate with other family and friends might be with a touch of a button where a bracelet might collect what your thinking and automatically send the message as an audio message. We won't have to commute to school or work because it might come to us instead. I think their will be more peace and equality because you might not have to interact with people as much as we do now. Solar powered phones wouldn't be a bad idea. No more connecting your phone to the charger. Imagine your phone having a built in solar panel to charge your phone everywhere you go.
This is my Earth Art, 1 month later, it is completely gone. I think probably a bird or a cat was on the tree and started playing with it and it fell. Maybe even the weather, flew it away.
The Fun Theory, is a theory about making something not so fun and or boring, fun and catches the eye of a person. For example trying to make homework and studying in a fun way. Another example of this could be eating healthy, finding a way people would actually want to eat healthy, maybe getting paid to be healthy, even though this is a little to unreasonable. These two examples have the idea of fun theory.
“Embrace the Shake” this TED talk is very inspirational. Phil Hansen loves doing art, but one day he developed a shake in one of his hands. That didn’t stop him from doing what he loved to do on a daily basis. He went to the doctor to check out his shake and it turned out he had permanent nerve damage. His doctor gave his three simple words that spoke a million to Phil, “Embrace the Shake.” So that is exactly what he did. He worked around his shaky hand to make art. He came up with the idea of doing art with limitations. Anything he could think of he would make art with it. Everything from hamburger grease, karate chops, footsteps etc. I learned a new lesson from this TED talk, I learned that we can always work around obstacles no matter what they are, there is always something bright in the dark.
Developed skills: Some skills I learned to draw my sketch out first, before starting to add color to to the background.I gained skill with using soft pastel, and blending multiple colors together.
Student at VMCCA. Part of VMCCA art studio.