[SOLUTION] Visual Aids Options
A. Format a. The paper should be written with either MLA or Chicago Manuel styles. Pleaserefer to the MLA and Chicago Manuel handouts/sample papers located in thFinal Response Paper module.b. You will choose any two artworks from the lists provided in this document to compare/contrast. These are not artworks we have discussed in the class, butthey do use the concepts weve discussed.i. Your paper should use comparative analysis to draw conclusions about the processes and techniques used by the artist(s).ii. Consider the following questions: 1. What are the similarities/differences in materials betweenthese works2. How did each artist approach line, shape, texture, pattern, perspective, color, light, composition, etc.? Be specific andthorough.3. What symbolism or meaning can be gleaned from your visual analyses?c. The paper should have a clear introduction, a body of concise paragraphs with well-written analyses, and a Works Cited (or Bibliography) if you used outsidesources. You may include a title page, but it is not required.i. Introduction 1. A good introduction includes an opening statement and anoverview of your main arguments.ii. Body 1. This is the bulk of the paper, which provides evidence for yourprincipal arguments. Each paragraph should about 4 or 5 sentencebefore a paragraph break (long paragraphs become difficult toread).iii. Conclusions 1. You can do two things here:a. Summarize your arguments. b. Summarize and suggest future research that can be done toexpand upon your arguments. Questions for future researchare good!iv. Images 1. You do not need to provide images in this paper. However, if youdecide to include them, you must follow the proper format.a. Image format i. After your conclusion, start a new page and writeImages at the top. Stack your works vertically oneach page.ii. Under each image provide identification informationincluding the figure number, artist,title, date, medium,dimensions, and location. Seethe last page for an example.d. Citation i. You are not required to use outside sources for this project, but make sureto cite any information taken from a sourceeven if you summarize theirargumentsotherwise you are committing academic plagiarism. Myprimary concern is that you make a complete visual analysis of theseartworks using all the applicable principles and elements wevediscussed in this course.