sansal – ML Toe Dipping

This process was very relaxing and gave me a feeling of control.

The blending between different textures when they were added was very aesthetic.

Mixing faces was a lot more fun than I thought it would be; it was like creating a new person from scratch.

The infinite tiling program didn't take any of my images without raising errors, so I didn't really have a custom output image for this part.

At the end of the day, the sky will still come down."

There are a lot of signs all around the city and on the outskirts that people are ready for rain this Saturday.

Many are holding blankets to protect the windows and cars.

The biggest threat this weekend is rain.

Sometimes I leave my homework for a bit and come back to it, and I think that's the first step to change.

So that's how I started this class. I just wanted to make it better for the next generation. And then a couple of months ago I was inspired to do this again after seeing that this happened all over the United States: students of a certain age who had never been exposed to the art scene at their school were really impressed by the artistry of the pieces I presented.

So after two months of showing art to people, I was like, "Yes, this actually works." I knew that people were getting their first taste of art history. And also, it was fun. But I really really didn't think that I'd be able to create this art class in this way, with that kind of energy. I think that's why there have been people like me who go to school where the art class isn't as successful, where the art classes aren't as well-rounded.


I experimented with the Google Quick Draw game. It was fun to play a sort of speed-pictionary where both the guesser and the artist are under pressure to guess or draw the given prompt.