Essay On Physical Likeness

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Daniel MilliganArt AppreciationMr. KemlingOctober 7th 2014For my self-portrait I chose to manufacture a representation toward oneself of myself cutting edge of an exciting ride. Although, many problems arose while I was deciding what image to depict. I selected my picture because I accept life itself is an exciting ride, and each individ ...view middle of the document...

Hop off the straight and narrow whwnever you can and take the winding paths. Experience the exhilaration of the view from the edge. Because the moments spent there, that take your breath away, are what make you feel truly alive." This self-portrait is an impression of my life in light of the fact that the good and bad times for the duration of my life have made myself really stronger as an individual. The sole focus of my picture was to endeavor to communicate to others about the positive and negative moments in our lives. Because the world we live in is an amusement park itself, the ride contains excites and chills, is brilliantly hued, noisy, and gigantically fun. Creating this self-portrait toward oneself was profoundly entertaining and displayed the chance of permitting everybody to be inventive and delineate his or her point of view.

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