The goal of our Jack and Jill project was to tell the story of Jack and Jill in a new, “not childish” way. My group was me, Rabecca, and Tara. Tara came up with the idea of using chakras from yoga to tell the story, because the 7th chakra is the crown. I liked the idea because I thought it was very original and I knew no one else would have it. I thought our project turned out well, however I wish we had displayed it differently because the white background was not as helpful as I originally thought. I really liked using Rabecca’s idea of the yin yang symbol to show Jack and Jill and also how the different chakras snaked around the curves in the yin yang symbol. We used Tara’s pretty, colorful inks to show the shades of the chakras and I really liked our use of color even though it was a risk we took. Our division of jobs was even: Tara and I did the inking, but she did a lot of it while I was tracing Rabecca’s drawings with a black pen. Rabecca drew the designs onto the squares, since Tara and I both admitted we weren’t the best at drawing!