One can see ten foot prints in different colours. In each one
of them stands a part of Kat's poem, which she recites to Patrick.
I put a red frame around the tenth foot step in the right corner
at the bottom. In the left corner at the top you can see "ten
things I hate about you". The background colour of my picture
I painted my feet with water colour and stepped on the paper afterwards.
The foot steps overlap because of my big shoe size and the small
space on the paper. They are freely arranged.
I chose Kat's poem as the topic of my picture for two reasons.
First, because in my opinion it is said in a very emotional scene
and second because it symbolizes the entire book.
I emphasized the step with the inscription "But mostly I
hate the way I don't hate you. Not even close, not even a little
bit, not even at all" through a red frame because it seems
to me to be the most important part. It shows that Kat loves Pat
and has contradicted herself the preceeding part of the poem.
That is why the last part has a special position in the poem,
which is also reflected in my picture.
I chose ten (foot)steps because it is called "Ten things
I hate about you". They stand for kicks one gets and are
an expression for Kat's hatred. I used different colours for them
because that shows Kat's positive feelings for Patrick, her love.