what goals mean to me . . .
I have always been inspired by the surreal. I think that being able to take something that doesn't exist in reality and put that idea onto paper is one of best feelings I could ever have. In the past I didn't realize that being able to apply one's imagination to art as something that wasn't possible for a lot of people. When developing art I try to create a representation of an idea that I see in my mind so that others may enjoy that same visual expression.
And with that being said, I have a few goals that I try to achieve with everything that I create -
- Complete problem solving and expression of an idea
- Understanding of design principles
- Craftsmanship and presentation
- Overall satisfaction with a concept development during the design process
These goals may be few in number, but each represents a big piece in the overall development and cohesion of a project. To that end, if any of these goals are not met with 100% effort then not only would that be reflected in the final project, but then I would also not feel confident in the final design.