Wednesday, April 19, 2017

VIP Cards by Joey Honan

Before the break we started working on V.I.P CARDS. V.I.P stands for very important person in ancient Greece. We had to make 11 cards, on Greek philosophers and other famous Greeks like Plato, Hippocrates, and Sappho. On the front of each card we had to illustrate portraits of the famous Greeks and a symbols to show their achievements. On the back we had to write or type out important achievements, discoveries, and facts about the person. For at least 3 of the cards you had to put down quotes of the person. This assignment took a long time but it ended out outstanding. My favorite part was drawing the pictures and quoting the people. I took time because I wanted them to look just like the pictures. I left them in black and white because I thought it looked good. My favorite greek leader was Pericles. His name means surrounded by glory. He was the leader of Athens until his death and he helped build the Parthenon, he also lead the military. He was my favorite because he was a unique leader and my drawing of him turned out wonderful.


  1. I really like how you added your favorite ancient Greek and what their name means. I also like the topic your wrote about.

  2. Ved Karan Reddy PeesuApril 19, 2017 at 10:21 AM

    This was a really good topic to write about. I also liked how you talked about how you made your cards. I liked your blog a lot.

  3. Mateo B, Nathan and Daniel PrasadApril 19, 2017 at 12:12 PM

    Dear Joey,
    We like your blog and how descriptive you were about V.I.P cards. What is your favorite Ancient Greek V.I.P card.

  4. This is a great drawing. Well done.