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A problem that occurred while working on my project was that I started to paint black for a background and I accidentally painted on some of the letters. The solution that I came up with is that I just made the letter a little skinnier by painting black on the edges cleaning it up a little bit. This week I'm gonna keep painting the background and I am gonna keep painting squares in the letters.

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I created my project by sketching out the Vans logo on a piece of wood and then began painting squares on the letters. A problem that occurred was that the paint smeared a little. I ended up just going along with it and it actually looks pretty good smeared. I plan to keep doing squares in the letters and then im gonna try to figure out what would look good for a background.

Art History-Henri Matisse

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his most famous work would be the LE BONHEUR DE VIVRE. The medium he used was painting. Henri Matisse worked in France for most of his life.  His most productive period was from 1904-1905 a bizarre fact is that He ran a small art school. The snail was the painting that inspired my work. Le bonheur de Vivre The snail

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Blog Grading Criteria The following criteria below outlines how each blog post will be graded Blog - Each blog post must contain specific criteria: Your blog will have: Eight complete sentences with proper capitalization, punctuation, and no spelling errors. Each blog post will be about your experience while working on your project. Your blog will contain the following information: Two sentences will describe in detail a project update. “What did I do on my project?” Two sentences will explain in detail my biggest problem while working on my project. Two sentences will explain in detail the solution to my biggest problem. Two sentences that conclude your post. Here are a few suggestions to help you with your conclusion: What do I plan to do next? What materials do I need? Or a simple wrap up. Two photos or images of my project are included. You are NOT required to be in the photos. Important Information Students are required to email Mr. Ritter a link to