December 8, 2017
This week for my senior mastery, I have been working on creating more micrography for my mastery. So for I have a little of my Prince micrography done, but I still have a lot of work to do. I'm not sure what to choose for the colors or what kind of font I should do. Reading "20 Must-Know Typography Terms for Beginners" and "20 Typography Mistakes Every Beginner Makes - And How You Can Avoid Them" for my annotated bibs was helpful to me because I learned a lot for being a beginner of micrography. I'm excited for how my Prince micrography is going to turn out. I also have been looking up ideas this week about micrography with different types of fonts for micrography. Doing research on micrography was interesting, but what I notice with a lot of different micrography is that people often has many words that are jumble into one picture that takes away from the micrography. For my micrography senior mastery pieces, I want to be able to have cool micrography that people can be able to read, understand and to not say its too much. Next semester, I have to Intern someone and so far I haven't found anyone. Its hard with trying to figure who's going to take me, who would pick and is it going to be near Conway where I won't have to travel far. In class I have been looking up colleges and trying to debate on what college I want to go to. I really want to go to The Art Institution of Charleston, but I'm not sure if I could get through 2 years with the price. I am really thinking about Horry Georgetown Tech because I will still be home and it would be in a affordable range. Going to Tech for 2 years and later transfer to The Art Institution of Charleston may be good for me. Choosing a quote for my typography poster isn't as easy as I thought it would be. It's hard trying to find a quote that really fits me. I'm still trying to find a good quote, but I think I might use "Life is not a problem to be solved, But a reality to be experience."