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Hanifa Ayunisa EN 101/A October 7, 2010 The Complexity of the Design Today’s students are very creative in making some wonderful pictures, and there are a lot of lovely pictures I have seen at the CAT Gallery, in the Technical Center at Montgomery College, Rockville Campus. Some students interpret these pictures according to the different feeling that they get, but I categorize these pictures according to three different degrees of complexity: relatively simple, somewhat complex, and very complex. The first degree of complexity is relatively simple pictures. Simple pictures characteristics are shared by all members of this class with vivid images and easy to understand. The first example is a picture of color pencils by Michelle Brink. This picture represents different pencil colors, such as yellow, orange, purple, red, black, blue, and pink. Brink puts the different pencils together to make a circle. The next example is a picture of a car by Lada Tolstaya. It is an old brown car in the middle of snow. There are also two pictures of animals by Rosanna Deshetler. The first is a picture of a spotted owl in the forest. It is a medium sized, brown owl. The second picture is an Arabian horse. The picture of the Arabian horse is the best example of a relatively simple picture. The horse has a wedge-shaped head, a broad forehead, large eyes, large nostrils, a small muzzle, and a slight forehead bulge between the eyes. Deshetler’s picture has a vivid image that can be easily
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