Bell Ring: When I hear this bell the lines I used wanted to emphasize the sound vibrating continuously throughout but with the solid shapes representing the quick hardness of the sound with the soothing sound that is produced outwards.
Book Flipping: The swaying lines represent the soft tones of the paper being shuffled from side to side as each page lays together and the beginning and ending sounds of the quick textbook like cover and back for the sides.
Church Hymm: The tradition humming sound when walking into a church. The sound of tranquility as it loosens the sound with a soft, sweet, and often rising pitch in the song.
Door Opening/Closing: The doors at the church are usually quiet when opening them but the sudden slam can be heard all across the room and then quickly silenced.
Foot Steps on Marble: I wanted the quick etching lines to represent the sounds movement within the space itself. Coming closer at a higher frequency then slowing down coming to a soft stop.
Maracas: The movement of how these things sound should be folloed up with what their actions did. For this I drew in the movement patterns and slow stops to show where the sound comes from. I feel that this was a good example of how the sound starts and where it ends completing it.
Plate Placing: This quick and subtle sound was a challenge because without directly drawing the object itself, it meant that I had to distinguish the sound and create my own interpretation of it. My reason for setting a small shape in the middle was to represent the quietest sound in comparison to the rest of the plate. The loudest sounds coming from the side of the plate and the faintest sounds coming from directly in the middle.
Wooden Chair Squeak: This noise was very interesting the first time I heard it. It was loud and very abrupt when it occurred. My drawing here, I decided to take the part of when a person sits on one of the wooden chairs when the noise starts to hit.