Boat N' Hand is where the perspective is different so you think that something is big but it could be really small. Double exposure is where you take two images and kind of blend them together. Emphasis is where one thing is colored so it catches your eye when you first see the artwork. Black and wight makes it more emotional and everything black and wight. Sepia is where you give things a kind of sad look or a flash back mood. Next, is my source picture. Finally, we have a silhouette which makes the picture really only show the outline of the object and has the background. The rule of thirds means that people think it is more interesting if you split your picture into nine equal square (3x3) and the focus point is on where the lines intersect.
I think that when you first put on the fake skin it really does look real but when you add the bruise marks and blood it really looks as if that actually happened to you. Now the fake blood did really look like real blood and when you added the black behind it, it really looks as if somebody cut you. You can also add many more things like how I added a wire in my cut. It will still look realistic.
I don't really like it because it doesn't really give you the truth about what they are selling or what it actually is. On the other hand it can be good and can be used to make things look better so you can get more buyers/ I think it can be used for good because say if something looks terrible you can make it look good and be better.
My favorite Element of art is line because it is basically a sketch and I love to sketch. My favorite principles is rhythm / movement because I like it when it seems the page is moving like if it is a magical page. Click this link to see more examples.