Henry Kohn

When I looked at the picture I picked, I saw that in the top right corner, the image resembled long, thin trees and the colors of red, orange, and yellow added to a sort of forest fire effect. I decided to essentially expand on the portion of the image that I was focusing on and add to the forest fire scene.

I used colored chalk pastel to make a sort of color background or backbone to which I glued the cutout part of the image to the center of the paper. In order to incorporate more of the image into my piece, I decided to cut out small parts of the image and make them seem like they were fallen logs or burning trees.

Interpretation of a scientific image by Tejas Shastry

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