Sunday, 3 March 2013

Another My Sketchbook Peek

Another look at my coursework sketchbook  and above is a sample that I produced to begin to think about Entwined and how I was going to develop this theme into an item to make.
More designing was necessary and thinking about materials to be used.
Not being completely sure of my drawing (which is why I signed up for this course, to try and improve on this) collage has become quite a popular form of drawing and recording for me.
Materials were decided upon and samples needed to be added to my sketchbook so that the course tutor could see my line of thinking.  Annotation is very important and assists with getting the marks.
I did think about several variations of my Entwined idea with different layouts, colour combinations and material options.
I really enjoyed drawing these pages up in my sketchbook although at one point the list of what I wanted to add did seem endless.
Tyvek was a material that I really liked using and I have promised to do a  tutorial on how to use it in the near future.
I really had some fun with a bit of knitting and crochet and I really did not think that I would be able to incorporate either of these crafts.  I really enjoyed the complete freedom that his project lent itself and not having to worry about a seam not fitting exactly or a zip being put in straight.  The freedom to let an idea evolve organically and be surprised with how the samples turned out.
Next I shall show you what the final outcome turned out to be.
Take care and have a good week.
(Please note that all of the above are work created by myself and submitted for a recognised course and qualification which has yet to be determined so please no copying or taking of images from this post. I am sure you all understand.)


Lynne said...

Love your sketchbook, Jane; I too enjoy collage but in my case it is because my drawing really isn't up to scratch - too many demands on my time and energies to give it the attention which would perhaps remedy this. (To some extent, I still believe that some people are born with innate talent; my husband disagrees!)

Very interesting to watch your development, and your thought processes. Thanks!

Toffeeapple said...

It all looks marvellous, I like the ideas you had. I hope that the examiner likes them too and you get a good mark. Best of luck!

Wendy said...

Such a creative sketchbook entry! Loving all the elements you have added.

Lynn said...

I love, love, love your sketchbooks! They are so inspiring!

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