The most memorable and slightly foolish times in this class would have to be drawing the milk carton with oreos and drawing a picture upside down. The milk carton showed me the complications in the simplicity of something. The oreos may have appeared rounded but when looking closely you had us realize that the part touching the cream was flat. This had made it all the much more difficult in drawing, but it had also challenged our artistic ability in making us better at drawing other things. Our judgement in where values of light and dark are had also improved when having the room dark and light shining on the objects. This was memorable in the fact that it taught me a way to train myself to see the values, of light and dark, in things. Yet I still need some practice, looking back on the pieces before I believe I showed what I am trying to say.
I personally believe that the upside down drawing was most memorable because it had us thinking more. I do not have a picture of it but I remember it was an abstract like drawing of a man with a book sitting in a wooden chair. You had us do this in showing that our mind will often take control in drawing when we recognize something that is familiar to us. If I remember correctly you had told us that the left side of our brain takes over and has us draw something that doesn't quite fit with the piece. Our right side however looks at lines and sizing which all together will have a piece not looking awkward. Even though many of us were frustrated with having something be too big or too small our drawings were still almost dead on to what the original looked like. This had made me proud, yet still frustrated, and had taught me a new method of drawing which I hope will come in handy with my next class of drawing and painting.