Art in Different Perspectives

This is a basic continuation of the characters from my last article. There is a little twist on them however. This time around the characters have a different artistic view on them. What the students did is they took their character and put them into a different perspective. Specifically a different artists perspective. What I mean by this is, each student was assigned a specific artist. From there they studied the artists work to see how unique and different it was compared to other artists. Now you may be wondering what about the characters from before, and how do they have anything to do with what I just said. Taking what I said from their research they put their character into that specific artists style or perspective. Here are some of the wonderful creations Mr. Paulus’s students did: