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My class and I have done this diorama for a art project, and to do it we chose the movie twilight. We all had to pick different scenes, and I chose the treetop scene. I need help on my statement for it. This is what i have so far:

This is the scene where Edward takes Bella to the forest. She goes on his back, and he climbs all the way up to the highest tree. There they sit down and stare into each other’s eyes. I chose this scene because it seemed unique, and amorous. I used clay to make my figures, and I painted the rest of the details on them. I painted the area surrounding my figures. I think I did a fine job on my project. It turned out to be neat and inimitable. To be honest, I may possibly have done better than this, but I’m happy with the result of my scheme. I’m just glad that the effort I put in this didn’t go in vain.

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    Your statement should not include you grading your own work. I would leave out the last four sentences. You would still have a statement. The quality of the art work itself is more important than the statement. Is the entire tree part of the scene or did you just model the branch(es) on which they are sitting?

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