Dividing the square into three symmetric rows is appealing, at least in my eye. It reflects my characteristic of always wanting to have a plan. The jumbled shapes contrasts this idea, however. That truly reflects me as a person. I am disorganized in some aspects of life, but I still enjoy straight lines and accuracy. If I had not struggled with finding the right glue to not wrinkle my paper, I would have had time to fill in more shapes with color and make the image less "bare." Although not visible in this tiny image, I did spend quite some time adding detail to the paint-filled shapes. This idea came from doodling on top of my sketchbook with similar paint designs. I think it is much more interesting than just layered paint, and it appears to have more time and effort put into it. For the future, I plan on using paper and continuing to add delicate details.