You might not know that besides being a huge fan of mathematics and programming I also tend to be an artist sometimes. Not that I would be a great one, I’m as far from that as a girl of my age can possibly be, though I must admit that after a week of holidays, crafting was the best activity I could have spent my weekend with. Not that I would have ever expected it could all take me that much time but since I had no other big duty on my list, this matter of fact was easy to accept.
Now, would you like to know how I came up with both these ideas? If not, continue in scrolling. Otherwise, I’m thankful for your existence on this planet. At the beginning of the year, our art teacher (the teacher of the club, not the subject) told us that we were going to draw, paint or anyhow differently work with the topic of circuses. I the first term we were reproducing paintings of many famous artists in pencil, pen, ink, watercolours (basically in everything that comes to mind, I made seven versions of the same painting and each took me about two to three hours). And at the beginning of the second term, our teacher came up with the idea of writing. Since then, we’ve spent hours and hours with drawing lines and circles and all that stuff around those boring letters. And like if things hadn’t been horrible enough already, the teacher gave us a task we were supposed to work on during the holidays. First, we had to think of one word connected with circuses. Second, we were to make a precise composition with the word in a square or any other geometrical object. And third, the teacher wanted us to make whatever we desired with a loose hand devoid of any rulers or drafts.
These are the results of my effort. In the first picture, you can see my final conception of the whole idea, a game of concentration (pexeso in the Czech Republic) with the letters of my chosen word, REPETICE (repetition). The second photo is the precise version if the teacher didn’t like the game. What’s your opinion?