One month later, I check on my earth art, and it's gone. I'm guessing all the rain and wind blew it away. I'm a little confused because I mainly used large rocks that are sturdy, but nature still took it's toll on the art. I guess this shows how fragile earth art is and how it's beautiful and creative, but it can be destroyed any minute.
My doodle for Google is a piece about how in the future, transportation could be powered by all types of weather. I started off by looking out the window and seeing it raining, but buses driving. I thought of how cool it would be if buses were powered by rain, or wind, or sun, or really anything. I started drawing out different types of weather, then a bus that could have anything fuel its power. I got the idea of a bus with a wind turbine, a rain chute, and solar panels. I believe this type of transportation could be better for the Earth, as it doesn’t let out toxic fumes. I think that in the future we will all be treating the Earth better and using more “green” technology, instead of usual cars and factories letting out harmful smokes.
I believe that in the future, we will find ways to manipulate nature with technology.
Instead of just seeing our friends and family in real life, we will probably just communicate by means of virtual cameras and audio, like Skype, but more advanced. Probably using more realistic ways to present the images, like using holograms.
I feel like we will commute to other places by bus, but a more advanced type, like charter buses without a driver, as GPS is making quick advances. It will probably run on autopilot, and be a perfect "driver", avoiding crashes and such.
I believe that there will be a fair sense of equality and peace, but evil always rises, and we need to stop it before it gets too much. We're already making large moves towards equality in the present, which leads me to believe that we'll get there in the future.
To me, the "Fun Theory" is the behavior of humans and how they perceive tasks based on how fun they are. It's common for more enjoyable tasks like shopping, going out, and being able to talk and be with your friends, to be done more frequently. Other events, like going to work, running errands, exercising, and taking out the trash seem to be more tedious to people, creating a sense of dread in having to complete those tasks. I believe more "boring" tasks could be completed by using this theory. Much more work would be done.
An idea to prove the "Fun Theory" is making exercising more fun to do. You could make it more fun and easier to do if you have a guide or music playing, or audio that gives you a rush of adrenaline. Running without inspiration makes you tire out quicker, but having something to make you feel more excited and less dreadful would make running or exercising in general more fun and increase your stamina.
In this video, Phil Hansen talks about how he developed a shake in his hands and stopped creating art because of it, but came back to the craft eventually. He talks of how he used his weaknesses to create even more and creative art. I feel like this speech is meant to tell artists to think outside the box, but not try too hard, and embrace their faults. I believe I am more inspired to be more genuinely creative with art, instead of just doing what I'm told. Hansen discusses his faults, but how he overcame them, which is very inspiring. In my opinion, I feel like more artists should listen to him, and not feel so pressured into a box of specific art styles.