The piece to the left is called an exquisite corps piece. This is the result of when the artist takes a piece of paper, and folds it into thirds, and then draws a head of some sort on the top fold. Then the artist will cover that fold, and pass the paper to someone else, who draws on the next fold, and connects the head with the newly drawn body. Then that part is covered, and the paper is passed once again, so that a third artist will draw legs, and once they are attached to the body, the paper is returned to the original artist, and they unfold it to see their work.
I had never done anything of this sort, so it was a new and fun experiment for me. I drew the penguin head, and the robot body and roller skating legs where drawn by other artists. By the was we all worked to together, this piece was a total success, as it came out great. Next time, there isn't much I would do different, except draw a different kind of head in order to get a totally new creation.
These are fortune tellers that I created, that I gave to my art teacher, in order to form a bigger project. I am unsure of the use of all of these miniature fortune tellers, but they were a joy to make. I had attempted to make a few a long time ago, but they never worked, so this was a fun and creative collaborative piece for me. My fortune tellers were a success, and I hope that the big project will be a success, but next time I would like to either make more, or make bigger ones.
This is a picture of my call to Oliver Blank's Art Assignment "hotline". What we did was make the call, and tell about something we regret. There was nothing to learn, as I have regretted things before, and admitted that, so I was comfortable with this call. That fact made this a success, as I made the call without a problem whatsoever. Next time there is nothing I could do different, except say that I regretted something else.