.... . -.-- -.-- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---, it's me, Micaroon with another blog full of morse, name puns, and subtle meta references. SO IN GT, we're making geometric portraits, you know, not like the title says it, but still let's look into the portrait part. So portraits everyone knows them, probably, it's a picture of your face, or painting of your face, or someone else's face, but really the way the face shows emotion has to be the most fascinating part of it. Like think about it, seriously think, your face is easily your best asset in communication, and while in some countries some things might have different meanings for most part, a smile means a smile. So yeah, think of all the facial motions you can think of, compare them to a emotion that usually comes with it.
So yeah! so really geometric portraits are really just, lining up shapes where they fit, in our case, triangles. BUT YEAH, basically it went like this. Step 1: Get the portrait, because you know, that's pretty necessary. Step 2: Outline the portrait, good to get an idea of where you should start making your shapes. Step 3: Start outlining the shapes, for the way we're doing it, you add the shapes later, but you do need the outlines first, in the second one we skipped step 2 and just started filling it in however, and then either take a color from inside the area selected, or just go >filter, average.
Well lemme just say this. I think I did a pretty good job on my poly portraits, maybe not flawless but It's nothing too atrocious. But I do notice some differences, Like compared to my first one, my second poly portrait has waaaayyyy better usage of triangles, like, waaaaaaaaaeeeyy better. However in my Poly-1, my eyes looked way better then the other, but to be fair I was rushing to finish, and lastly my poly 1 is obviously way less vibrant, but, I guess that's a kinda neutral point.
This is Micah, WASDing away.
Period 1: (Us)
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My name is Micah A. Miller and I'm a student at Kapa'a Middle. I love my friends and family. If you are reading this, I want to thank you because you have taken time to learn a bit more about me!