I actually find this assignment complicated. How would we represent graphically the sounds? It is a really complex question. However, this is my representation of the following sounds:
1. Water dripping: I did some vertically thin lines that at the end are a little bit curved (that is when the drop hits the ground).
2. Footsteps: I thought of making different size of ovals because while someone is walking the noise is never the same, specially when they have been very noisy and then the have to walk silently.
3. People talking and laughing: I drew some horizontal lines in representation of an indistinct talking. Where the lines are higher is when they were laughing.
4. Door closing: I depicted a vertical jagged line representing the noise of a very noise door while it is being closed. The lines fades away to represent the door closing.
5. Coins falling: This one actually look like stars because I think that when the coins hit the ground they make a really sharp noise and I wanted to represent the sharp noise with a couple of straight lines going from a center to the outside.
6. Paper wrinkling: I did kind of like a round shape with an organic edge representing the sound of the movement wrinkling.
7. Someone knocking a door: Simple round shapes representing the hand and the different sizes is the variety of how low or high the noise was. The flat side of the round shape with a curved line in front of it is the side of the hand touching the door.
8. A book closing: I did a rectangle with some horizontal lines fading representing the sound and the air flowing.
This assignment was not one of my favorites because it is a little bit hard to represent a noise without thinking of the original shape of the object that is making the noise. However, I tried at least.
Thanks for reading!