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The Mockingbird. The addition of the bird to my illustrations will be to symbolise the hiding meaning in the title, in that this type of creature does no wrong, it simply mimics the actions of another.

The development in this piece is the conversion to Black + White which will hopefully tie in more with the series. The addition of the bird will be to symbolise the hiding meaning in the title, in that this type of creature does no wrong, it simply mimics the actions of another. The most powerful meaning in the piece is the black fence in which Boo Radley spent his life hiding behind, then reflecting fence above, symbolises the battle of Black V White race in the story.

Lauren Caldwell’s tribute to Giovanni de’ Dondi’s 1364 Il Tractatus Astarii, the first famous Astrarium, which is a mechanical planetarium that mimics the paths of the stars and planets

This is the first of my final three illustrations, progress was made here through the addition of the bird, 'mocking' + reflecting the bird in the last of my illustrations.

Short Animation. Accusation. There was no evidence that he committed any crime where as there was many important factors to how he was innocent but none of this stood in court. To be falsely accused and then to be further sentence to guilty shows how biased and racist the town was. This is one of my illustration ideas of 'accusation' with the finger print mixed with the quote from the book that most explains my series of illustrations - "People generally see what they are looking for".