Kadeem - great to see this. Wasn't so tricky afterall, I'm imagining. So now you know what it means to put together an OGR - next phase for you is to extend your design skills to everything you put together - including OGR documentation. Silhouettes 4 and 5 are very bold - they have a slight 'horror' vibe, which I like, but maybe you look too villainous and cruel? Fig 6 - I really like the face - but again, you're looking pretty cruel. Maybe you might consider going for 'proud' and showy, as opposed to beaky and spiteful looking - certainly, with all that extraordinary plumage, there's a certain 'royal highness-ness' about your bird - like some spoiled King, sultan or emperor in all his finery. It may help you to look at some carnival costumes, to go for something a bit more extravagant...http://www.amazing-trinidad-vacations.com/images/Trinidad-Carnival-Costumes-Green-Male.jpgttp://image.shutterstock.com/display_pic_with_logo/9103/9103,1251829184,6/stock-photo-london-august-male-parade-artist-in-full-red-indian-costume-at-the-nottinghill-carnival-on-36310084.jpghttp://www.bbc.co.uk/1xtra/carnival09/images/fayan_costume_man_265.jpg
oh - one style-related thing - I suggest you consider an alternative font for your text on your template - go for arial - something clean and simple, as your current font is actually uncomfortable to read.
oh - yeah - you want to change the title of your blog, Kadeem - you've got it as 'bird of paradise' which is Unit 1 specific - It should have your name, the name of the course, and 'UCA Rochester' somewhere.