The students of Art 7B made drawings from small, hand-held objects. Savannah chose a metal spool. Her approach of drawing the form transparently, overlapping and changing size and orientation allowed for new shapes to develop in the process. She has effectively used value, shape, and texture to create rhythms and movement through similarity. More importantly, she has taken an ordinary object and turned into a slightly humorous but dynamic and engaging jumble of cartoonish forms. In other words, Savannah has done a great job of "making something out of nothing."