The color and shape I chose for Othello are silver and the indifferent shape. I thought about it for a while and this indifferent shape fits othello perfectly for many reasons. Like Othello this is the outsider of the group since it has no real shape. The shape’s physical appearance is different from the rest, just like Othello is since he’s a moor and has a different skin tone. Towards the end of the third act Othello starts to lose his stern confidence front and his real insecurities come out. He shows that he feels not confined and proper enough for the whites. Also his age is another big insecurity that he feels when Desdemona’s faithfulness is in question. This relates to the indifferent shape of the group trying to front like its a shape when really it’s not. Silver best describes Othello with the following characteristics honorable, chivalrous,and romantic. These are displayed when Othello woo’s desdemona with his story and by his high ranking in the venetian army.
I chose lavender, pink, and a circle to represent Desdemona’s character. Desdemona represents perfection in the story with her looks and appearance. This is why the circle with no rough edges and a perfectly drawn out figure fits Desdemona perfectly. Desdemona is completely the opposite of Othello she comes from a prominent and perfect family. While Othello has grown up with no silver spoon, (even thou ironically thats his color), he was raised into slavery and the army. These trials and tragedies Othello overcame shaped him into the shape he is. Also like the inside of the circle Desdemona’s character lacks depth and seems somewhat empty. Some character traits Desdemona does display are affection for Othello when his life story moves her to the point of tears. She shows compassion by saying she will do whatever her lover asks of her and simply cannot say no to him. She also comes off as a romantic when she disobeys her father to be with her lover and runs off.
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