It is highly conductive and it glows bright weight so its used in lights.
I saw on a Wikipedia page that it was named krypton because of the Greek word for the hiding one.
I made it on paper traced it on to tracing paper then onto the linoleum blocks then cut it and paint on to the paper.
I think i did good on it could have been better but I'm happy with it.
I would use different collars and make a different picture.
I think that my my final product was well done and it looks neat enough to be hung. I used negative and positive space in a good way to make the print more prominent. If I had to do this project again, I would have to change the colors to make the print prettier.
I did the same thing three more time. I think that it when well. The only thing that I would do differently is have had my trace in a safer place.
My element is Selenium. My element is used to make red glass that can be used for candleholders. It can also convert AC electricity to DC electricity. I thought of this print because of the candleholders. It seamed like a cool idea. I had to draw the print on a piece of paper. Then I traced the picture backwards onto tracing paper. Then I traced it from the tracing paper onto a linoleum block backwards again. Next I carved the positive space out and made prints of it. I then had to glue the prints onto black paper and take pictures. I think this was a fun project and it was easy. I would do this project the same and doing nothing differently.
It is used for gun powder, sulfur acid, and it is the color of one of Jupiter's moons.
I got the idea for my print because once I read that one of Jupiter's moons is the same color as sulfur I thought that it would be neat to make my print the shape of a moon.
I went from researching what sulfur is used for to making 3 sketchs, shading in the neditive space in each. Then I chose the sketch that I beilived was the best and put it onto tracing paper. Afterwards cut out the shape from the and then just put the ink on and printed it(:
I think that the project was fun to do and I learned a lot about both art and science.
If I did the project again I would have cut out my shape more evenly so that when I printed it there wouldn't be random marks.
This symbolizes Zincs natural resistance to corrosion. It is a person that kind of resembles a teenage Captain America.
Cut out the linoleum along the lines
Added paint to the linoleum
Glued print in the middle of the construction paper
It was fun I think I did pretty good.
Choose brighter colors
B. Cut out drawing- i cut out every piece of the stencil then organized the negative pieces (outer) on one side and the other on the opposite side
Stool drawing- I drew the outline of the stool then focused on the background of the stool and everything around it.
C. It helps an artist see you can see everything around it in its environment
D. Yes it shows more detail (: