I'm sure we've all had those group projects where you're the only one doing stuff--or where you and only a few others are doing all the work. Well, that has happened this weekend. We had a dialogue in French and two of my three partners are amazing! But... the other one wasn't quite as into the project as we were. We made it quite easy for her. Just write the questions that we'd already answered for her (which we've done plenty in class) but that didn't happen. So after studying for the test I had today, I stayed up and wrote out her part and then added my part in--which had to happen last. Simply put, I'm not that pleased with her at the moment. But, it's a minor thing! So, it only deserves a paragraph.
I talked about senses pretty recently, and today we're going to go back to the one we all use sooo well: sight! We're all visual people, except those who are blind, of course. But, at the moment that's not the topic. Sight is the sense that people can pick up the easiest because we use it so much. So, how do we make people attracted, intrigued or disgusted with our world?
All the sights in my MS only drive in the fact that everything is plain. Everything is the same. Everything is in shades of black and grey--any bit of color is sparse and most of the time it's dark--it's an overall unattractive world. And that's what I want people to feel. I want them to get that it's not a place you want to live in. It's not where you'd want to grow up or raise your children. So that's what I make sure to show.
How do you guys utilize sight to make people love or hate your world?